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Old 11-20-2010, 08:30 PM   #41
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where is your idle at? How did you set your idle mixture.You weather is similiar to ours so it shouldnt be much different
Kinda hard to remember been a while now. I did it by the book and verified it with a HEGO kit. I never considered it a problem since the manual suggest stomping on the pedal. Thats of course only on the first try of the day. Since the choke is open and out of the equation.
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Old 11-20-2010, 09:57 PM   #42
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Iv'e never had to pump the gas on any carbed car or truck I've owned.

My 67 fires instantly without a pump hot or cold (assuming you don't count setting the choke plate a pump)

Given the topic of the post, a simple actuator will set the choke plate for automatic start. This system has a pulsed output preignition that will work nicely.
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Old 11-20-2010, 10:11 PM   #43
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Iv'e never had to pump the gas on any carbed car or truck I've owned.

My 67 fires instantly without a pump hot or cold (assuming you don't count setting the choke plate a pump)

Given the topic of the post, a simple actuator will set the choke plate for automatic start. This system has a pulsed output preignition that will work nicely.
You are very fortunate. This is the only carbed car I have ever owned. I am sick of it and hoping one day I switch it over to efi. Starting the first time is a bitch for me (2 pumps or nothing), and a motherflucker (4 or 5 pumps and maybe 2 tries) if I let it site for a couple of weeks. After reading the service manual and owners manual a few times. It seems that its perfectly normal. If its not, let me know and I will burn these books.
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Well after a couple weeks yes any carbed car will need to refill the bowls. They evaporate pretty quick. I'm strictly talking within the same week.
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Old 11-21-2010, 02:41 AM   #45
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I have owned a lot of cars and trucks with carbs if the carb is tuned right and no leaks they always start right up.If you let a carb sit for a while you need to prime it with a tiny bit of gas it will fire the first time.The reason i don't lock mine is my radio is cheaper to replace then a window and these cars are way to easy to steal ill let insurance cover it if its stolen.
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Old 11-21-2010, 07:50 AM   #46
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My 67 fires instantly without a pump hot or cold (assuming you don't count setting the choke plate a pump)
I'm afraid that you do. It is not possible to set the automatic choke without moving the accelerator pump piston and squirting a little fuel, assuming that things are in somewhere near proper adjustment.

Will the actuator let the choke plate "unload" to a partial choke position? You don't want to be driving around on full choke.


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