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Author Topic:   Carburetor hesitation
chief4car
Member
posted October 17, 2001 03:49 PM
We chased an off idle hesitation all season long this year. We have been able to get it better, but the motor still hesitates on starts and restarts.
We have changed main jets, adjusted idle circuitry, and changed accelerater pump cams, to no avail.

this is an alcohol burning motor

Can someone offer some insight

[This message has been edited by chief4car (edited October 17, 2001).]

WILDphil
Member
posted October 17, 2001 04:36 PM
I currently Have a 750 carb built by Bill Mitchell. The motor is a 406 running on alcohol. I dont think the carb is to big for the motor. The car is a 2900 lb Limited late model\Sportsman

I have heard alot about willy's carbs though,

Where can I get some more info,
Phone Number, Prices, Catalog, Web Site, Location Dealers Etc.

Thanks for the help

WILDphil
Member
posted November 02, 2001 08:51 PM
What kind of fuel regulater are you running? The barrel valve type or an adjustable ***** valve type? I know that the adjustable ***** type's have a jets to restrict the flow of the fuel back to the tank. Also how much fuel pressure are you running? At an idle I run no pressure, than at full throttle it jumps to 6psi. I run a mild 360 with alchol.


dirtracers
Member
posted November 25, 2001 01:20 AM
like 6Packs answer only I think it is the timing my motor done the same we moved the timing up and it quit


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