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Old 11-20-2020, 08:27 PM
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Default 66 rear carb trouble

Hi guys hope everyone is doing well. I have a 66 setup on my car I rebuilt the carburetors myself the front 2 carbs are working fine. The rear carb is pulling fuel at an idle. I put my hand over the top of the carb it will suck my hand right against it. I am under the impression that the two end carburetors don't pull any fuel/air at an idle. I check the barrels are completely shut & checked the float height and cant seem to figure it out. Any help will be appreciated.

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Old 11-21-2020, 07:10 AM
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Too long adjusted front to rear carb rod holding the throttle blades open some on rear carb?

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Old 11-21-2020, 03:35 PM
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Most likely what Kenth said. It could be that the throttle plates were not positioned properly to seal the bore when they were originally installed.

Easy to check the rod length and bend in the center of the rod if it's too long or unbend it until the rod fits into the center of the oval hole in the front carb lever.

If the rod is not the problem. you'll have to remove the rear carb, remove the base, and examine to see if the plates are sealing. Hold the base up to a light source and see if there are gaps. To correct, loosen the screws that hold the throttle plates in place and position the plates for optimum seal. If this can't be accomplished, you may have to resort to using DAG213 like the factory used on the end carb throttle plates to achieve a near-perfect seal. PM me if you need some DAG213.

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