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Old 07-09-2010, 04:59 PM
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i have a 82 ford bronco with stock 351w edelbrock 1406 performer carb and intake the carb only runs good at speeds above 35 mph at slower speeds of idle if you accelerate slow it stumbles and Serge's and some times it acts like its starving for fuel then it takes off and runs works good off idle when i accelerate quickly it takes off great. please does any one have an idea.
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This doesnt sound like your carb.. it could be your UV joints (assuming your broncos 4x4) It could be a poor seals within your block (like the rings on your pistons) or worn cylinder walls.
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i have a 82 ford bronco with stock 351w edelbrock 1406 performer carb and intake the carb only runs good at speeds above 35 mph at slower speeds of idle if you accelerate slow it stumbles and Serge's and some times it acts like its starving for fuel then it takes off and runs works good off idle when i accelerate quickly it takes off great. please does any one have an idea.
sincerly. luthuli
Sounds like something plugged in the transition circuit.
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