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Old 03-15-2010, 01:07 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Anyone know anything about the Tyce fish carburetor?

My brother just picked up a brand new (NOS) Tyce Fish carburetor and I would like to learn a little about it. It is an MDM-101 as car as can be read of it. The bore is 1 9/16".

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...GOOGLE 'Patent-search' on "Tyce Fish" and maybe you'll find something?
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Thanks guys, I did find all kinds of info on the net but it is all pretty overwelming.

I am hoping to get some direct answers. For instance I can't find a thing on this model, how big an engine is it designed for?

I'll have to keep digging, thanks.

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I have a Tyce Fish Carburetor

I Have a Tyce Fish carb on my 1970 ford f100 4x4 with a 390 in it. I am not sure what my mileage is, because my speedometer is off. How ever if you need help with tuning I can help. It took me many hours of reverse engineering to figure it out. But it runs much better than the Edelbrock 1405 that I was running. I finally have decent power though the rpm range. My mileage is much better than before. Rob!

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