pulled out my 61 to 80 drill bits
found the squirters to be .035"
drilled them out to .037"
what a difference 2 thou can make!!
No hesitation not lean run
don't have to load up the foot brake to launch
test n tune wed
we'll check WOT.
took pile another of dollar bills to Honest performance.
It appears they've helped me cure an ignition problem,
that has been plaguing this whole build.
I've installed the small MSD ignition box/their coil/their verson of the dura-spark mag pick up distributor and plug wires. They also set the parameters 12* initall-36* total all in 3000RPM.
Machanical no vacuum advance.
WOOF what a difference.
test-n -tune wed. good guys fri night!!!!!
( note the coiled white wire on the fire wall)
it's for points distributor, I have a 65 mustang dizzy and coil w/restor
in the trunk. Trust NO-ONE!!!!
Celebrating an ignition system that seems to work.
True test is racing Daves SBC 49 Ford tomorrow.
Could not get that Pertronix stuff to work, I've been chasing-what i thought
was a fuel problem, for 6 months. Finally the coil died-and another
wich took out the dizzy I guess.
Hooked up with Honest Performance- those guys are squared away.
So the new set up is- Fords dura sparkII, I had a mag pick up in my 73 ford truck.
Never one ounce of trouble from the ignition, in ten years.
Now the ignition switch went out cause I was carrying 5 lb. of keys on my key ring.
And if i bought those crappy aluminum dist. caps, they wouldn't last a year.
The small MSD ign. box- and it's amazing. Retards spark at start up. It fires up
in a 1/4 turn of the crank--hot or cold.
There's a rev limiter which I not too involved with, I'm not going to wind the nuts off this beast.
I'd like to get in the 13's, but if not so be it.
It's bracket racing- who cares how fast your going.
I did order a rebuilt points distributor, one of my old coils and a resistor to carry in the trunk.
There is the white wire on the box for points ignition, shouldn't take 20 minutes to change out.
Looks like I left out the horror story. The car died in the burger line- 90 degrees and an hour and a half wait for a tow. After that I decided
to invest some time reading about ignitions. Well as usual, there's too much info on the inter web. I do have a better understanding of performance ignitions. But it's really better to look the guy in the EYE
when you want info.
I found the gremlin I've been chasing for months.
With a matched ignition coil, the car ran like a banshee all four runs.
Looks like 14.50 is the dial for Good Guys. I'll hit one more T&T next week,
but i'm not touching it. 4500 at the finish line-- close enough.
Maybe later I'll try smaller tires.
I think the two 14.6's, I didn't have my foot mashed to the wall.
One run they put me up against a big tire guy, even though I left on him,
he was so dam loud I couldn't hear my car run. He was hauling the mail!
Thats the first double 0 light i've had in a cage I think.
If you through enough money at it you can fix anything.
So I installed the recommended $60 coil.
Woof what a difference. Sounds like a Mustang with Borla exhaust.
Runs cooler and more power. Headed for test n tune Wed.