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07-13-2008 10:08 PM
1969 Camaro Thanks for the quick replies guys! So it sounds like it is normal for the choke to take a little bit, but i need to back down the choke idle screw a bit?
07-13-2008 08:34 PM
ScoTFrenzel
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I just put on a holley street avenger 570cfm carburator on my 69 camaro. It has a 307 small block in it. My question regards the electric choke. Is it normal to have to let it run for 3 or 4 minutes and then romp the daylights out of it to get the idle to go down? It idels around 1800 rpm for a couple of minutes before it will settle down after i romp it. If this is normal i hate electric chokes! Thanks
1100 is fast enough. Set the choke idle screw down.
No, it should take only a slight 1/4 movement of the gas pedal to make the idle back to normal once the choke backs off.

Like everything else, electric chokes are fine when adjusted correctly.
07-13-2008 08:19 PM
toecutter All chokes are sposto do that 69 camaro, brings everything inside that engine to a nice warm and toasty operating condition add to that, getting oil up in them heads quick. helps getting to normal Operating temperature quicker too.

Especially in cold weather, a good working choke is a must.
07-13-2008 02:52 PM
1969 Camaro
Holley 570 cfm electric choke

I just put on a holley street avenger 570cfm carburator on my 69 camaro. It has a 307 small block in it. My question regards the electric choke. Is it normal to have to let it run for 3 or 4 minutes and then romp the daylights out of it to get the idle to go down? It idels around 1800 rpm for a couple of minutes before it will settle down after i romp it. If this is normal i hate electric chokes! Thanks

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