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Mopar Performance Issues

  1. oldkimmer

    oldkimmer FABO Gold Member FABO Gold Member

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    The original poster was on yesterday and how many times b4that. He doesn’t have the courtesy to update this thread tells me that he doesn’t care about our opinions/advice. Looks like we just can’t help some ppl. Kim
     
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    Maybe he got Corona???/ Vacation??? Family Emergency???
     
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    Ya, just maybe. Kim
     
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    He was on Wednesday afternoon. Didnt have the decency to update the thread. Kim
     
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    MOPARMAGA FABO Gold Member FABO Gold Member

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    Way late but did you find it to be a fuel pressure issue ?
     
  6. 68 Coronet RT

    68 Coronet RT 68 GTS # 508 in Registry

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    Sorry I haven't updated my post, no health issues but completely forgot about the post as I said I was posting for a friend who is VERY STUBBURN and with all the info here that I did pass on to him he wants to do it his way. Personally I would have dumped the Holley and put the new Edelbrock 800 AVS-2 on it. I have one on my 68 RT 440 and it's a fantastic carb, the throttle response in incredible and performance awsome. Some guys have good luck with Holley's some don't. I never did, the AVS-2 I put on my RT replaced a Holley that I could never get dialed in. The Edelbrock I took out of the box put it on, set the idle and F/A mixture screws and haven't touched it since.
     
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      Just put a 750 quick fuel by Holley on my 360 has a healthy flat tappet cam,Weiand x plane intake etc. Had absolutely zero problems with it. Like you take out of box set it up haven’t touched it since. The 4 corner idle is nice takes a bit of getting use to but works well
       
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        68 Coronet RT 68 GTS # 508 in Registry

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        Thanks for all the info, like I said I passed it on but my buddy is very stubborn. So I want to close this thread please no more replies as I'm opting out of receiving replies.
         
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