It's been a long while since I visited this site. But, very glad to be back.
I have a 1967 camaro coupe 327. The engine has had top end work, such as rebuilt heads, edelbrock manifold and performer carb, edelbrock cam and timing set, headers and dynomax exhaust. The problem is this. When I first start the car after it has sat for a long while, the idle is VERY lopey, almost dying, until it gets warmed up then it is fine. I am thinking it is the carburator out of adjustment, but I'm not sure. Is there anything I can do with the carb adjustment on the edelbrock performer to fix this? Or, does it sound like the carb needs to be rebuilt? Or is it another problem entirely? I don't know how long the carb has been on the car because it was on it when I purchased it. If the car is warmed up, then I shut it down and restart it, it starts up very fine with a good idle.
any help is appreciated. Thanks,
1967 Camaro Coupe 327