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When my 67 coupe heats up I get a whistle noise coming from the motor. I used an auto stethoscope and the only place that sounds different and where I can hear the whistle is at the carb. I checked all the hoses and do not see any air leaks. Could it be something internal in the carb? I have a Holley 4-barrel.
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any possible way to take a vid of it whistling? only thing that i can think of whistling would be the vac advance but i dont think it has enough pressure to actually make a whistle sound
-1994 Cobra: H/C/I, up's, smog del, fluidine cooling, carbon fiber clutch, short throw shifter, 3.55's, racing pan, 04 cobra interior, UPR front end, tubular k and a arms, coilovers, strut tower brace, full length subframe connectors, MAC control arms in the back, fr500's, drag radials, chipped and tuned by Horsepower Ranch. 327rwhp
-1966 Mustang: stripped.....ill get to it when i get some $$$
-2001 chevy pos
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