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You guys can probably spell these terms in your sleep, so please help. Thanks in advance. I want to be able to spell these terms properly in an email with a colleague, and not come off as an idiot. I'm going to write the unknown terms how they sound:


note. this is about a '68 Impala



It had a 327 smallblock, an "ida-bake holly," 850 "duel-fee", it had tubular headers, glass packs, "chrome the key-nit-dur-val"
 

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You guys can probably spell these terms in your sleep, so please help. Thanks in advance. I want to be able to spell these terms properly in an email with a colleague, and not come off as an idiot. I'm going to write the unknown terms how they sound:


note. this is about a '68 Impala



It had a 327 smallblock, an "ida-bake holly," 850 "duel-fee", it had tubular headers, glass packs, "chrome the key-nit-dur-val"
I'm willing to bet the house your colleague will appreciate your efforts to get the terminology and spelling correct but that really does not make any sense. Definitely don't send that!

I think the " 850 duel-fee" should probably be dual feed, the 850 referring to the cfm of the carb, which is likely too much for a 327 BTW. The last part I'm clueless on, though maybe the last three syllables are interval?
 

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Got it:


It had a 327 small-block, an Edelbrock Holley 850 dual feed, tubular headers, glass packs, chromed the kanuter valve
 
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