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Old 05-16-2012, 07:56 PM
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I have a 351 Windsor in my 69' ranch. I have a Holley 1850 4 barrel , a Edlebrock performer intake, and headers. I converted the points ignition to a Igniter II electronic. It has a MSD Blaster coil. The wires are a few years old but the car hasn't been driven that much. Do I need new wires or do I need to jet the carb. I has no goose. It wants to go but something isn't there. I can barely get the 1 rear wheel to spin, it has single track by the way, 3.0 gear. What does any think it needs?
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Old 05-23-2012, 05:56 PM
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Goosie, have you ever performed a compression test? The important thing to be sure of is that the compression is even on all cylinders. Also be sure that the timing chain is not about to let go. Try that first and let us know. Kenny Nunez
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