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Old 10-12-2011, 02:23 PM
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Originally Posted by RotorHead
I have a S-10 with a 350 that I built over the summer. It's getting cooler now and early in the morning before work I try to start my truck and end up having to take the lady's car. My timing is set at 12*, electric choke, electric fuel pump. It floods out to the point where I can smell fuel, from the exhaust. Truck ran fine all summer and in the evenings when it warms up. I am running fuel with ethonol in it, because it's really all that's available. Can I adjust my timing to get the fire lit a little easier? Any suggestions would be appreciated.
Boy I wish I had your cold weather up here. Sounds like you need to change jets or at least get your carb adjusted. You don't say what you have. It also could have some crud in it, with Ethanol, and if you have some rubber for gas line, not a good mix.

Bob
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