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  1. Third Generation
    I'm looking to replace most of the vacuum lines/hoses/tubes on my 91 Camaro Z28 does anyone know if there's a kit that includes all the difference sizes. I'm having a hard time getting hose specs. Only label I was able to find was "5/32 GM6148M" Are all the lines the same size? thanks
  2. Engine
    Afternoon Guys 'n Gals - So I've put this in the engine section because I'm not convinced this is related to my brakes. I'll explain why: Brakes have previously performed OK, not perfect but OK, I could lock the wheels up with a good stomp or a bit of a pump pump stomp. I had issues with the...
  3. Engine
    I have a 383 stroker motor in my 1967 Camaro. I am using a SS 750 Quick fuel carb on a Performer RPM AIR GAP intake. I am currently sharing one vacuum port from the carb for the PCV and brake booster. My brakes are sluggish still so I am thinking of getting a spacer for the car so I can fit...
  4. Restoration Corner
    First off, I want to state my dad has been working on GM cars since he hit puberty. I trust his experience and knowledge. It's never failed me before. Now, I know GM didn't allow A/C as an option on solid lifter cars because of vacuum concerns. My dad says power brakes probably weren't available...
  5. Performance
    Hello all! Just last weekend I fired up my 468 for the first time since putting on aluminum heads and installing a comp 280HR. I primed the oiling system and fuel system, plopped the dizzy in and she fired right up. Now I want to get it dialed in. I imagine the first step is to time it and...
  6. Electrical & Wiring
    I have an 85 Series Mallory HEI wired to a HyFire 6A box. I'm adjusting the vacuum advance using an allen wrench inserted into the nipple on the vacuum module. Is there a good rule of thumb to use when doing this? Like, 3 turns counter clockwise from fully tightened or is it just major trial and...
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