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Old 01-02-2009, 10:22 PM
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Originally Posted by scooby389b
do you still have the check ball and spring in the return fitting? That is one of the biggest broblems I see as it will stick and will not return any fuel and will cause that stumble(really its an overrich blubber that dissapears as engine catches up to fuel supply) you saw on that 355 and can due it intermittantly.
No to either one of the cars, i did have it on mine when i first started running it but pulled it out, when it ran like crap after setting for a while, didn't know for sure if that was the problem but it fixed it. I do have an 8lb spring on the poppet in the return line highspeed pill holder.

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Old 01-02-2009, 10:23 PM
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Originally Posted by scooby389b
do you still have the check ball and spring in the return fitting? That is one of the biggest broblems I see as it will stick and will not return any fuel and will cause that stumble(really its an overrich blubber that dissapears as engine catches up to fuel supply) you saw on that 355 and can due it intermittantly.
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Old 01-02-2009, 10:30 PM
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You got a Rat in it, do you run one or two bowls or the throttle bodys. I'm getting ready to have a nitemare, with my s/blk blown motor, i melted down a piston by not running down nozzles, now i'm going back with down nozzles and i'm sure it's going to take some working thru. I've got the K valve on it. It's Buzzard on top of a 1471 it was fast for a 358" but going back with a 383" motor.

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Old 01-02-2009, 10:35 PM
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555 with single terminator..been [email protected] on motor,has small 335 dart heads playin with sig pics
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Old 01-02-2009, 11:20 PM
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that's quick for a 555, lot's of people make the mistake of going to big on heads and losing velocity, it sounds like you got the right combo.

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Old 01-04-2009, 04:27 PM
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0k guys its ugly fat 890 degrees egt is all we got it wont change went from 90 to 112 pill nothing changed slow as hell im spinning the pump way to fast and hence forth i have the wrong damn puleys on it right now im spinning the pump around 60% which i have learned is way to fast with the bigger 01/2 pump i think i would be better of spinning it around 40% and i believe ill put the high speed lean out in it also not to mention feed line is #8 instead of #6 its just all screwed up but i hope to be headed in right direction hell it only went 5.45 at 125 i ran 5.28 at 130 with my carb ohh and i also pulled my hair out HIT ME WITH THE IDEAS thanks
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Old 01-04-2009, 04:32 PM
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Originally Posted by scooby389b
Don't know how you can consistantly set your barrel valve and idle with fuel shut off half pulled.Set blade angle and depending on which bv you have will be between 25-28%.Most I have set up idle at 480-520 degrees and do not milk the oil. Finish line temp is best at 1060-1100.Pulling shutoff to heat motor and warm up is all thats needed.
I said to idle it at half fuel . not set your barrel valve at half fuel
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Old 01-04-2009, 06:21 PM
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Sorry,thats how I read it!
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