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Either a 1.6 Liter 2 barrel carburetor 4cylinder engine with single over head cam found in 76% of that years dodge colts. or it's a 2.0 Liter 2 barrel carburetor 4 cylinder engine with single overhead cam found in 24% of 1974 dodge colts
I have no idea; just wanted to mention the most popular application of the various Nikki twin chokes were as a bolt-on goodie to boost the performance of some cars (with a suitable adaptor) or as a cheaper than OE replacement for older cars with worn out carbs.
They gave a good account of themselves and were used extensively by repairers and specialists and kits were available to the general public from mail order catalogues.
The Nikki was also an original fitment on many older Japanese cars.
That is a Rochester carburetor--4 barrel, and these carburetor are notorious for
problems. It's a hassle to repair because some of the flat plug in the passage
ways will leak. We just drill them out, and install new plug with epoxy after
the carburetor body has been thoroughly cleaned. Go to you local library they
should have a repair manual on Rochester carburetors, or look on the Internet it
has everything in it networking. GB...stewbsion
Check that on your carburetor, when you press on the throttle, it still shoots a little bit of gas out into the barrel. If it does not, you may need to replace the throttle pump. what is happening is this: As the throttle is opened higher, the vacuum drops severely, and the fuel doesn't get put in. The throttle pump pushes a little squirt to retain the vacuum. If it is an EFI unit, you have other issues, that I would recommend a mechanic for.
it would be easier to buy the adapter but holley al;so makes intake manifold for this problem they are pricey but you get the full 600cfms with an adapter you wont get as much oomph out of it but and adapter is a good idea especially when you dont have 300 to blow on the manifold