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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old Oct 19th, 03, 05:52 PM Thread Starter
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Gotta question for the masses... I pieced together a dual quad set up for my 327, but both carbs have electric chokes. Both are 600's a 1400 and a 1405. Here's the question. I know I only need one choke on the primary (rear) carb, but how much of the other choke do I remove? The unit plus the butterfly's? Do I leave the butterfly rods in the carb, or remove them?

Also, how do you adjust an electric choke idle? Mine seems really high, even with only one hooked up... Then it takes a while to kick off.

Thanks again and in advance!
Aaron

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Figured out how to adjust it, but I still don't know how much of the choke to remove from the front carb...

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Figured out how to adjust it, but I still don't know how much of the choke to remove from the front carb...

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