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    Wanted: Motorcraft MC2100 or MC2150 Carburetor

    Hello,

    I am looking for a Motorcraft MC2100 or MC2150 Carburetor. Any leads to one in Canada is appreciated.

    Thanks,

    Nate

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    Welcome to JK! Get a Holley Carb, easier to find locally at a speed shop.
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    MC2150's are easy to get in rebuilt
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    Thanks for the replies guys.

    Based on the reading I have done most people seem happier with the MC2100/2150 vs Webber. I've even read about some who have replaced Webbers in favour of Motorcraft so that is why I'm leaning towards that. I'm sure anything will be better than the Carter.

    @Jeepman, I called NAPA and they wanted $650 for a rebuilt. Do you know anyplace else to get one?

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    But that's roughly the expected price...
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    I had an MC 2100 and swapped it out for a Holley, way better performance. Also went with an HEI ignition. If I remember correct I paid around $350 - $400 for a brand new Holley. Came with tins and a "filter"

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    I picked up a Webber for $20. Rebuilt it for $30 three years ago and love it. Never had an issue. Each to their own.
    X2 as BigOrngYJ said. HEI is the way to go.
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    There is a Guy on Ebay selling refurbished MC2100/2150's you might check him out as its carb and adapter plate since its a conversion kit...

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