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help with edlebrock Performer 750

I have a stumble on clutch out. Would moving the accelerator pump linkage help solve this problem. As a start at least.

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post #2 of 4 (permalink) Old Jul 21st, 09, 03:08 PM
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Re: help with edlebrock Performer 750

I would give it a smaller shot and see what happens. It may also be the stepup springs or need to be re-jeted
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Re: help with edlebrock Performer 750

This is the carb that was dyno'd with the motor. I can see that it may be missed since the load on the motor is nominal on an eng. dyno. you think Less huh? I thought more. Easy to do I guess.

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Re: help with edlebrock Performer 750

Was the carb tuned on the dyno? I have never had one done so I don't know. It may just be the step up springs. If there isnt enough vacuum to pull them down at idle, it may be causing them to run in the up position.
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