Re: 69 Camaro has become really hard Starting?
After you park the car and it's hot, especially with an edelbrock (from what I have noticed) the fuel evaporates from the heat, if you are running a mechanical fuel pump, it has to refill the bowls, this takes a few revolutions, if you had an electric fuel pump, it would probably fire right up.
No big deal, a lot of our cars do this.
After sitting a while mine takes a min or two and a good 5-8 pumps, a lot of people hold the pedal to the floor after a few pumps while cranking.
Take the top of the carb off and re-set the fuel floats, mine were way too high, and would stall under a low speed sharp turn because of this.
The owners manual will tell you how to do this, it is easy.
The only Mustang I'd ever own is a Fender.
'68 333" Camaro
'14 5.0 Mustang