perf-list-digest Friday, July 3 1998 Volume 01 : Number 015



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FTE Perf - Fuelie Big 6
FTE Perf - Edelbrock Carbs

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Date: Thu, 2 Jul 1998 13:35:13 -0500
From: lordjanusz juno.com (Paul M Radecki)
Subject: FTE Perf - Fuelie Big 6

As long as we're talkin' 6 bangers, I have a '94 with the fuel injected
300 I-6. I agree, it's a good engine; I use it for towing horse
trailers. A K&N filter was a big improvement, and a low restriction
muffler will be next. Question: does anyone know how much modification
this engine will take without annoying the EEC-IV? I've read that
without Mass Air (which is not a cheap upgrade) you can't even swap cams.

Torque is nice but a little acceleration would be very welcome! Any of
you junkyard dogs know computers, too? lordjanusz juno.com


'94 F150 (300 ci) '73 F100 (360 ci) '97 Saturn (wife's car)

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Date: Thu, 2 Jul 1998 20:49:46 -0600
From: dcbeatty
Subject: FTE Perf - Edelbrock Carbs

In May on the 61-79 list there was a thread about getting the kickdown to work on an
Edelbrock 4v. I searched the archives and didn't find a conclusion on the
subject. Is there anybody out there that has done this and made it work?
I'm using it on a 390 in a 1967, so the kickdown is a solid rod, not the
cable. Should I expect problems getting it to work? Is the E-brock adapter
a waste of money?

I'm trying to plan ahead for the day I drop the motor in. I don't want to
be dinking around when I should be driving it.

Thanks again for any ideas,


Drew
dcbeatty rmi.net

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