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09-20-2012 02:37 PM
bygddy
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Originally Posted by against all odds View Post
No, not good if you live in ottawa; How are you going to manage without the choke?
Lol.......with my size 15 foot till it warms enough for idle? My Pontiac had a chokless Demon 750 on it and I had zero issues.....I enjoy the time in the lane way, find my sunglasses, find some music, set my mirrors (its a vette, their always loose) listen to it warm up, new noises etc, its a ritual I love......now with the open sidepipes at 530 in the morn my one and only neighbour may not love my ritual, and I'm OK with that....
09-20-2012 01:00 PM
against all odds No, not good if you live in ottawa; How are you going to manage without the choke?
09-20-2012 10:30 AM
bygddy
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Originally Posted by F-BIRD'88 View Post
If you remove al the choke linkage the seconday air door control delay vacuum pull off diaphram pot that sets the slight delay of the sec door opening, gets eliminated. You are better off leaving the choke stuff on.

If you won't be using the choke just wire it open.
OK, so if i simply wire the linkage or the actual flap open I don't have to worry about anything else? Fast cam or any other surprises?
So just that and I'm good?
09-20-2012 12:13 AM
F-BIRD'88 If you remove al the choke linkage the seconday air door control delay vacuum pull off diaphram pot that sets the slight delay of the sec door opening, gets eliminated. You are better off leaving the choke stuff on.

If you won't be using the choke just wire it open.
09-19-2012 10:39 PM
bygddy
qjet choke help?

OK, so I swaped intakes, and new one does not have the provision for the choke coil. I actually want to completely remove the choke and all related flaps etc, but when it comes to a Qjet I'm a moron, (ask f-bird how many times I called it a "quad" lol) so any help, especially pics would be appreciated, I'm not worried about jet or metering rod changes till I get the motor up and running and see what it actually wants, but would like to have all the choke stuff eliminated asap....thanks
Dave

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