Do you have any pics of it installed?
flattracklarry said:I run a Thunderjet in a Super B on a 93 in. shovel (head work, stepped drags, high-lift, short-duration cam, 9.5:1 compression, yada, yada). I also run a Superbowl accelerator pump bowl. It uses Bendix pump parts. I swear by this combo. Easy starts, great power, no dead spots, awesome top end -- all that, and 50 mpg at highway speeds. Noticeably better performance than a stock B or a Super E, in my experience.
Installation on the carb is a little fussy. Use a milling machine. Basically, you drill, tap, and clearance for the injector, which mounts at the 9 o'clock position on the throttle body. You also drill, tap, and face the fixed air bleed hole. There you install a jet that controls air bleed and, in turn, when the Thunderjet circuit kicks in. The fuel bowl as well gets drilled, tapped, and clearanced for a fuel nipple. It'll take an hour or two to do, but the mod is well worth it. Good luck.