|06-27-2003 10:23 AM|
It should go to one of the holes on the intake.On chevys it`s right in front of the dist. With power brakes there is a t fitting there; hth;
|06-27-2003 03:33 AM|
|06-26-2003 12:22 PM|
|Rubberman2003||On my car there is a T shaped plastic piece to the left of the engine near the fire wall, mine goes into there and plugs into the tranny. 84 Z28...350 motor|
|06-26-2003 07:25 AM|
On the carb somewhere
I have several unused holes that I plugged on the Edebrock Performer intake. I dont know, but I would assume this pulls the same vac pressure. Would it be wise to throw a "nipple" type air fitting on and put the vac line from the modulator valve on that??
|06-26-2003 06:46 AM|
your post wasn`t very clear on details,where was it connected
|06-25-2003 05:03 PM|
I assume you are working on a PONTIAC and went from a ROCHESTER to a HOLLEY? And there is no manifold port on the HOLLEY?
You will need to source manifold vacuum at the carb, spacer or intake manifold to have the modulator valve work correctly.
|06-25-2003 01:31 PM|
O.K., What should I do with the modulator line??
The modulator valve line is sitting with nowhere to go. I put a 750 Holley carb on my car. Did i miss something or am I missing something on the car??