Fouling plugs after 500 mi on rebuilt 350 motor - Team Camaro Tech
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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old Sep 26th, 02, 03:11 PM Thread Starter
 
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Problem: 69' auto. Newly rebuilt 350 ran fine first 500 mi, then all of a sudden at start-up, it fouled the plugs.
History: 350, .030 over, 10:1 flat tops, high lift cam, 2.02/64cc heads, roller rockers, Performer RPM intake, 670cfm Street Avenger, Accel points dist., Mallory coil, Autolite #26 plugs, Holley mech fuel pump. All components brand new.
What I've checked: Firing order, dist cap, points, for vacuum leaks, valve adjustment, choke, floats, jets, power valve.
What I don't understand is I put new plugs in, stepped up the heat range, and didn't make a difference at all. I suspect fuel related but I am baffled. Suggestions?
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post #2 of 3 (permalink) Old Sep 27th, 02, 01:59 AM
 
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It is fuel fouling the plugs right?? not oil fouling them.

Reading this again, I would look at the power valve and float settings again.

Also, I personally had no luck with autolite plugs in anything!! Even my weedeater chugs on these...
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Lost 12 Volts (or ground) for the Choke heater?

Is choke working correctly?

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