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01-09-2002 05:30 AM
Jooooooe Funny how sometimes the most obvious answer is the most over looked.
01-08-2002 11:05 PM
Roy Newton- exprotech Why don't you take a five gallon bucket and pour the fuel in. This is a case of over do for the street. Two 450s would be more like it.It just won't burn that much fuel driving around. ROY
01-08-2002 04:02 PM
Jooooooe Doug, do your carbs have electric chokes? If so you may need to lean out
the choke settings, your problem may be a matter of accumulation during
periods at idle. If you can't stand behind the car(at idle) without being
immediately fumed out then yes it still too rich.C'ya, Jooooooe
01-06-2002 03:26 PM
liquid_larry You didn't say whether thay are oil or fuel fouled.If its fuel go up a step at a time with plugs,don't make any big changes at one time. The dyno and the street are two different things and I would think you are rich at idle or plugs are too cold
01-06-2002 01:56 PM
Jooooooe What type of plugs are you running? You may require a hotter set, maybe R45's.
01-06-2002 01:27 PM
stinger71
blown,spark plug eater

I have a 71 Corvette 327, blown, 6-71, with 2 holley 700 and msd ing. The motor was just redone. On the dyno the fuel mixture is right. In the car it fouls a set of plugs every 60 to 70 gallons. Is this common? Someone asked me the other day the same ??? Any ideas?? Thanks

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