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Old Jul 5th, 08, 01:15 PM
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Default Edelbrock 1406 WOT bog/stumble--how I fixed mine...

I've been having a bog from idle on WOT with my Edlebrock 600CFM 1406 carb every since I installed an Air Gap intake. I tried changing jets, spring, rods, timing, moving the accelerator pump arm, etc. NOTHING worked.

I finally found something that works--an Edelbrock #1468 accelerator pump ($12.95)--I bought it at Auto Zone and the bog is gone.

Edelbrock lists it as a "special accelerator pump" with a marine spring and marine-quality seal. This pump gives the carb the gas it wants when I floor it at idle.

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* Performer Series; Accelerator Pump Assembly; Incl. Pump/Spring/Cup; For PN[1412/1413/1812/1813] Carburetors;
* For PN[1409/1410]
* Includes Cup Assembly
* Marine Spring
* Marine-Quality Seal
* Special Accelerator Pump

http://www.streetsideauto.com/produc...artnumber=1468

I hope this helps.
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Old Jul 5th, 08, 01:23 PM
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Default Re: Edelbrock 1406 WOT bog/stumble--how I fixed mine...

I cant wait to try it!!!! I have been dealing with the same issue for a year.
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Old Jul 5th, 08, 02:54 PM
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Default Re: Edelbrock 1406 WOT bog/stumble--how I fixed mine...

I'm about to throw my 1407 on the side of the road for it's next victim.
Same prob you were having.
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well, I'll take that roadkill 1407 off of your hands....

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ill take any edelbrock carbs that are bogging and fix them without a rejetting.if on 2 barrels and is fine but boging while into 4 barrels. you dont need rejetting just air flow adjustment
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Mine was bogging when I floored it from idle. It would just die if I didn't let up on the gas.
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Default Re: Edelbrock 1406 WOT bog/stumble--how I fixed mine...

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Mine was bogging when I floored it from idle. It would just die if I didn't let up on the gas.
That's what you get after using the special accelerator pump ?
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