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    Junior Member APPRENTICE
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    Aug 2005


    I have a question is there a feeler gauge setting for the dominator throtle plates as a starting point ? i thought i read it somewhere . Thanks

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    Senior Member RACING JUNKIE jmarksdragster's Avatar
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    Jul 2007
    Not a feeler gauge, but you should have around .020 exposed on primary and secondary. They will look like little squares. If you have to raise the idle speed a little, work the secondary first. If you have to go to much because of a large cam/low idle vacuum AND the making sure the timing is optimized, you will need to drill small holes in the throttle blades to add idle air without excessively uncovering the t-slots. Start with a 3/32 hole in the primaries, add secondaries if needed. Best position is directly below the idle discharge port as shown below. "X" marks the spot.

    Mark Whitener

    Good work isn't cheap, and cheap work can't be good.

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