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If you don't have a remote starter tool, do it the cheating way, just short the solenoid terminals on the firewall with a screwdriver.
Good luck, I always say start with the basics.
#1 at TDC on the "compression" stroke. I'd check that first. Remove plug, hold finger on hole, crank engine until you feel the air pressure, NOW...
I'll go first to the obvious. Is your cam installed correctly ?
I only know the colors in Trix... raspberry red, lemon yellow, and orange orange.
I've used Phoenix a number of time over the years. I just installed a set on my buddy's Cuda last summer. Perfect.
I'm referring to the shift linkage.
Did you check your linkage first ?
Absolutely. Measure the gap and weld a solid pipe for the driver side. Got one myself.
Uh huh.... What happened with the original issue? I got lost 3 pages ago ....
Maybe rakort has a bright idea ?
Wrap Teflon tape on the threads
Is the car apart ? Just look at the openings for the linkage and shifter, easy to see if it was factory.
Take the intake off & see if you can visibly see leakage. Did you use sealant on the bolts ?
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They're not from 1970, and not from any auto show in 1970. They didn't use the hex bolts on the fuel bowls at that time.
Wizard. Perfect fit. Factory shroud fits exactly in place. Cools well.
Four barrel air cleaners are for the most part, the same standard size. I'd go with a mopar performance air cleaner. Wrinkled finish or chrome....
I won't red x, but I disagree with every thing. I'm old, and I LOVE driving any old car, especially my beast. I feel like I'm 17 Everytime I turn...
Assuming all's functioning properly.. it's the gearing coupled with the more restrictive air flow from the closer to stock manifold/ carb combo.