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I want to install an edlebroock 1406 carburetor on my 1981 corvette but it has computer hook ups. How do I install since the carb is not made for computer controlled engines

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You would get the correct carburetor instead for electronic computurized controlled carbs will not work on a 1981 Corvette

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