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Author Topic:   carb spacers???????
sessions
Member
posted August 20, 2003 09:40 PM
big question I've run open and 4 hole i could'nt tell a difference.I think the height of it is what matters.theres a post on the eng.tech with a spacer ?


sessions
Member
posted August 23, 2003 02:27 AM
use an open spacer.....a 2" if it's legal. it gives the intake more volume and will help that low rpm intake work better at higher rpms.


66jj
Member
posted August 23, 2003 10:43 AM
to increase bottom end torque use a 4 hole.

for increased upper end use open.

if your using a 2 barrel on top of it use one you can put the carb to the rear.

use a insulated spacer only, plastic or pressed wood type.

unless your going over 6000 use as short as possible to give you pull of the corners in limited motors bottom end is whats going to win you races.

sessions
Member
posted August 23, 2003 02:04 PM
where's your home track sessions? i think i saw the #07 car in the pits at tulsa a few weeks ago, but i didn't see you ever get on the track......did it break in hot laps?

as far as the miss......it must be electrical. look at the plugs. how much gap are you running? is the heat range too hot? too much plug gap and/or too hot of a plug could cause this. a weak coil is easy to check and could also be the culprit.

sessions
Member
posted August 24, 2003 12:23 PM
I watch the race and thought you did a good job of not getting impatient when the 14 and 07 got around you and they both made costly mistakes. It's kind of funny about good ole ems when one of the guys that don't usually win wins they wind up in the barn. just look at the mini's this weekend. congrats


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