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Old 09-02-2012, 04:03 AM
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Originally Posted by LEROYDOZOIS View Post
whenever i would be changing a carb on the suburban or something like that nature he would run over and tell me how hes a carb master and that his boat doesnt use any gas and that he could build me the perfect carb

i dont trust him with my mechanical pencil let alone a carb lol =]
A vacuum advance is one of the most important things to use if economy is a priority!!! I've linked to a page w/info on timing, etc. earlier (on another thread), but here is info on the vacuum advance that may help. You should take a look at the entire article, for that matter.

Be sure the advance is actually working. Often the original vacuum advance units are no good by now, being as they've not been installed on an HEI distributor for many years.
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