|02-19-2003 08:03 PM|
[quote]Originally posted by Will's41:
<strong>I had an extra vacum tank, it did not help. I also had power brakes. It had problems when you first start up and when you hit the brakes. I read about electric vacum pumps. I never tried one but looks like the solution.
A frind of mine has a olds cutlass he had this problem he used a anti leveling off of a 1979 Buick Riveria and it works great
|02-19-2003 05:32 AM|
I had an extra vacum tank, it did not help. I also had power brakes. It had problems when you first start up and when you hit the brakes. I read about electric vacum pumps. I never tried one but looks like the solution.
|02-18-2003 09:17 PM|
|josh7681||it's an ISKY 525/308 MEGA cam. I also have a 3500 B&M Holeshot conveter. Just a pain right now.|
|02-16-2003 03:26 AM|
|dklong||I think you should try a adjustable modulator vavle in your trans and how big is your cam ??? you'll probable need a high stall torque converter . contact b& m , tci , or jegs or a performance shop. tell them about what you are doing with your car , engine size , gear ratio, tire size, and cars weight. with this info they should be able to give you the right stall speed for your combination.|
|02-16-2003 03:24 AM|
A vacuum reservoir is designed for a constant vacuum signal so that vacuum accessories can operate under low manifold vacuum conditions.
If the cam is so aggressive as to not maintain proper manifold vacuum, you may need to go to a manual valve body.
|02-15-2003 10:49 PM|
Will a vaccum reservoir work to sustain a TH400 trans.? I'm not to sure myself wether or not they are built for constant draw, or momentary draw. I am trying to solve a too big-a-cam and auto tranny problem. Thanx.