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Old 08-04-2012, 09:19 AM
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Anybody in Houston knows a place to tune carbs

I have 750 holley double pumper on my 355 and wanted who knows how to tune them or knows a good shop

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Old 08-04-2012, 09:43 AM
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A 750 dp is not... What car is this and will it be driven regularly. If you Do not have a 3000 stall or 3.91+ gears. You might like the 750 air valve secondary carbs. A Holley is only a few holes for metering. If that is design is enough for you fine. The AVS,QJet ,AFB, etc all have a rod w/ hole to help with part throttle driving. They actually balance, the primaries, evening side to side.

What ever you like the DP. You can tune as well as anybody with the knowledge of people in forums. Grab a holley book , and a O2 sensor, and retuarn it to baseline. Be read to remove plugs for reading. Find the volyage range for a O2 senor how it sweeps/switches and what it means. There is no magic to it. Find out how to determine the amount of pump shot you need for how long. 50cc reo pumps are never needed, for anything I can think of. Jetting changes , if the carb is the correct size and NA engine, should not be far from the baseline.

Work on your ignitions advance curve too. Thas is as important.

You need to ask specific questions, and take the answer most given from a large amount of differing addvice.
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Monte Carlo SS 355 afr 190 comp roller 576,570 cam 4000 stall 3.73 not a daily driver
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It's easy to tune a Holley the info is on this site in the Knowledge Base,
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