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So I had just put in the 327 on my 64 impala, then made it run and got it in timing, after that we found out the transmission was bad so we had to take everything out again, once we put everything back together the intake manifold or the carb started to make this galloping or sucking sound when you rev the engine, I did remove the intake manifold to check lifters, and then put it back on, and I have 1405 Edelbrock it also started to make a pinging/dinging sound on top of the carb as well. Can anyone help me out I’ve been trying to figure it out for two weeks now.
This will show you what I’m hearing
 

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And I’m old and don’t know how! LOL!
Try this.

 

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And I’m old and don’t know how! LOL!
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I suppose you have already checked your pushrods, rocker arms, lifters, etc.? That surely sounds like valvetrain related to me but I'm listening to it on my phone so it's not very good representation of the sound
 

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Edelbrock carb, eh!
Pull the air cleaner off and rev it as you look inside.
I’ll betcha it’s flooding like crazy.
I can’t see a pressure regulator.
You need one to limit fuel pressure to 5 psi.
 

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I suppose you have already checked your pushrods, rocker arms, lifters, etc.? That surely sounds like valvetrain related to me but I'm listening to it on my phone so it's not very good representation of the sound
I haven’t checked my valves again, when I put it back in again I doubled checked them but I’m gonna check it again my rocker arms might be to tight on the pushrods
 

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Edelbrock carb, eh!
Pull the air cleaner off and rev it as you look inside.
I’ll betcha it’s flooding like crazy.
I can’t see a pressure regulator.
You need one to limit fuel pressure to 5 psi.
yeah I took the video before I did any thing to it since then I did get a fuel pressure regulator and gauge I also resealed the carb I don’t see it flooding but sometimes it does shot gas up
 
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