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Old 10-28-2012, 03:14 PM
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Originally Posted by F-BIRD'88 View Post
You do not need a new carb and you cannot buy a magic carb that will run perfect out of the box.
You need to dial in the one you got ..The problem is more if a ignition set up problem than the
carb.

What cam?

Distributor
Timing curve, timing at idle
carb model number pri jets sec jets power valve.
Fill in the blanks.
Can show you how to set it all up to run clean, not load up and not foul plugs.

Its a matter of set up details not a i need a new carb problem.
The car is not too big.
Well I just got the car and had it ideling for a while and the previous owner told me it likes to foul out plugs. The car was set up as a full road race car.I cant recall all the detailed specifics and havent taken the carb apart to see the jetting.
Carb: Dillman Racing Carb
plugs: NGK V power 7 R5671A-7
Ignition: MSD 6AL
Coil:MSD Blaster 2
Cam: Lunati #50199LUN
I have the reciepts for the engine and spoke to the engine builder. Was told it was a 383 punched out to a 389 and about 11.0:1 compression
Rear gears are :308's
Tranny is a Jerico 4 speed

Does this help?
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