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Old 09-27-2008, 08:36 PM
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Sweet.

Don't forget to put a short (3/8"-16x1/2") bolt where the arrow is. Use some sealer. It Intersects the fuel pump push rod and can create an oil leak if not blocked.
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its funny there was never a bolt there to begin with?? and i never had oil leaks or anything????????
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Old 09-27-2008, 08:47 PM
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Maybe the later model blocks weren't drilled all the way through. The earlier ones will leak there. Well at least mine did.
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done! completely works i ran the car yesterday, few things! i had to delete the fuel regulator i had there for the electric pump. and i also had to adjust the electric choke for some reason i had to advance it because it was super reved, also the fuel mechanical pump i bought on ebay was no good, it just kept leaking form the fittings and i tried numerous times until i got fed up and drove to autozone and bought a 20 dollar mechanical pump! but all is good now! woohoo!
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