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holley carb problem


I know this is a simple one but to tired to figure it out. just put a holley 2 bbl on my freinds jeep (304 ci) holley 4412-1 starts fine, idles fine, revs fine but try to drive it and it acts like its flooding out oh and its a standard shift. not right off idle but at about 2000-2500 rpm it starts to run rich. put all new gaskets in it from Napa including accelerator pump any ideas



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Have you checked timing, and the vacuum advance. Sounds like the timing is not acting correctly. Loose didtributor bushing can also cause this.



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this is a good one when I rebuilt the carb I put everything back except for the jets so yes it was running a little rich. foret my head some times if it wasnt hooked on.



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hahahahaha,,, sounds like somethin id do rick. hahaha. well, it should be an easy fix. hahaha

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