Motorcraft 2150 carburettor
The Motorcraft 2150 was a Ford (also used by AMC) 2-barrel carburetor manufactured from 1973 through 1983, based heavily on its predecessor, the Autolite 2100.
The 2150 improved on the 2100's design through the introduction of a variable air bleed system, which keeps the air to fuel mixture better balanced throughout the carburetor's full range of operation.
Unlike the Autolite 2100, the Motorcraft 2150 was available only in two venturi sizes. Both were available in manual and automatic transmission configurations.
1.08 venturi, 287 CFM
These 2150's were used on Ford engines up to the 302 Windsor in cubic displacement.
Ford engines commonly equipped with the 1.08 venturi 2150:
- 1975-1977 2.8L V6
- 1982-1983 3.8L Essex V6
- 1973-1983 250 cu in (4.1 L) I6
- 1973-1983 302 cu in (4.9 L) Windsor
1.21 venturi, 351 CFM
These larger 2150's were generally used in large Ford passenger cars and trucks equipped with 335-series engines.
Ford engines commonly equipped with the 1.21 venturi 2150:
- 1973-1982 351 cu in (5.8 L) Windsor
- 1977-1979 400 cu in (6.6 L)
- 1977-1982 351 cu in (5.8 L) 351M