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    carb problems slow bringing up RPM on the trans brake

    I have a 331 ci gm 3310 pound car 6200 stall powerglide with brake
    6.20 gears 28x10.5 tires 1.57 60 foot and i cant get ET below 7.00
    best et 7.19 96 mph I had a borrowed carb and had no problems bringin up RPM on th break , I now have a baker hp 750 now but it is slow bringing up RPM . any thoughts

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    Sounds like Converter to me... The carb as long as there is no dead spot should get there no problem..

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    Re: carb problems slow bringing up RPM on the trans brake

    Quote Originally Posted by zzadco
    I have a 331 ci gm 3310 pound car 6200 stall powerglide with brake
    6.20 gears 28x10.5 tires 1.57 60 foot and i cant get ET below 7.00
    best et 7.19 96 mph I had a borrowed carb and had no problems bringin up RPM on th break , I now have a baker hp 750 now but it is slow bringing up RPM . any thoughts
    I'd barrow the other carb again and see if it fixes the issue, could be a converter issue but if other carb fixes it, its a fuel issue.
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    I changed car at the trac and I noticed it right away , this baker comes on real hard at half track my mph is higher with the baker it just sucks when i stage it takes about 5 sec to get to 6200 rpm on brake . same size jets the baker does have power valve , also has 50s pumps frunt and back with 32s sqirters front and back

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    Block off your powervalves and see what happens.


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