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01-12-2013 08:46 AM
vinniekq2 Carbs need a shot of gas to start. F.I. cars do not
01-11-2013 02:58 PM
351C build

hay guys i got a 351 C 4dr about two years ago and i have replace :
carb 2v
all gaskets
valve covers
head bolts
distributor msd
8.0 hot wires and platunm plugs
radiator and hoses
power steering pump
water pump
battery and cables
starter and starter solenoid
fuel pump
poly gas tank
but the problem i'm having is. the car has a hard time getting started, i have to pump the gas put once she on "game on." when i put her i gear she jumps forward or back depending on D or R. this is my first build by my self . beat a mustang a few months back on the highway thanks for the help

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