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  1. dpoltzer
    07-26-2020 12:20 PM
    dpoltzer
    Hi John, Where in FL do you reside? I just moved from Atlanta to Ormond Beach. Dave
  2. gto 1970
    09-09-2019 09:17 PM
    gto 1970
    ram air iv judge engine on passenger side head is number 8 at the front and in the middle is HO 69 any information greatly appreciated p.s you replied to my question on py forums my email is jamesgagnon3@hotmail.com not very good with computers
  3. Drew W
    07-11-2019 05:20 PM
    Drew W
    (217) 620-5656
  4. Drew W
    07-11-2019 05:18 PM
    Drew W
    Hi John Got time for a call?
  5. ddcrank
    04-10-2018 07:49 PM
    ddcrank
    That works for me figure shipping and let me know.
    Dan Duckworth
    1900 eagle park lane
    Eagle river wi 54521
    715 617 7747
    Danduckworth8@gmail.com
  6. SD Formula
    11-06-2017 05:36 PM
    SD Formula
    Thanks John!
  7. SD Formula
    11-06-2017 05:07 PM
    SD Formula
    So John, where do you live in Florida? I'm near Tampa. Glen Craigie
  8. jciwolf
    06-04-2017 08:16 PM
    jciwolf
    Not a new ussue but one I had hoped went away! After new guts to distributor, I installed new plug wires and fired up the car, approx. 10-15 minutes a loud squeal like a huge vacuum leak started. Checked all vacuum lines and even the vacuum advance in the distributor, no luck. Have no idea where this is coming from, but it sounds like it's from the back of the motor. I asked Holley and they had no idea what it could be, but if it wasn't the vacuum advance diaphragm it wasn't the distributor. I still have no idea but it gets louder as the motor revs. Any ideas, I'm open to anything at this point, so will concentrate on the interior for now. Thanks jciwolf
  9. jciwolf
    05-19-2017 08:05 PM
    jciwolf
    Sorry I haven't replied for a while, busy with granddaughters and visitors. I finally got the distributor figured out with a little advice on the phone from a friend. It didn't want to start until I advanced the it a little also took care of a problem with the carb choke not working properly. I forgot to hook up the vacuum advance tube at the distributor. Now she runs and starts great. I have a Holley 4barrel that requires a 12 volt constant power lead on it, but if I don't run the car for a few days it drains the battery! Holley says it's normal for them to do that, but I find that a little hard to believe. I'm going to try a relay so if the motor is not running the relay opens up to cut the power to the carb. I don't see why it would need power to do nothing! What do you think about it, Holley right or wrong. We'll see after I try the relay! How's the racing going? Hope all is good. jciwolf
  10. johnta1
    05-04-2017 08:03 PM
    johnta1
    Good luck!

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