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05-21-2012 08:44 AM
delawarebill
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not really close to u but in new castle de is aldermen machine. they do engine building (http://www.aldermanmachine.com). i do not know if they have a dyno to trouble shoot but a phone call will find out... they built my sbc. but where ever u go i feel u need a dyno..
05-21-2012 12:28 AM
jetskibob1
Phila, PA area mechanic/shop recomendation??

I need a professional to look at my engine. I have a 350 Chevy with twin 500 edelbrock carbs, and a tunnel ram. I'm having issues with fuel seepage, and MAJOR bogging issues. I have done everything I possibly can via searches on forums, and advice from edelbrock tech support. I'm sorta new to the V8 world, and feel maybe its time for a professional. The money wasted on trial and error will be better spent on labor for a knowledgeable professional.

So, my question is... Do any of you have a referral for me? I'm not taking it to a local shop who works on hondas, bmws, kias, etc. I would like someone who has knowledge of this type of engine and accessories.

My choice so far is Harry Tillman Speed Shop. Anyone have any dealings with their service department?

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