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be very careful about the "new" 27 series batteries. they are not all the same size as original. I bought one from car quest earlier this year and...
all steel car with iron engine will be very close to 55/45. alum engine parts won't vary that a lot; maybe 1%.
the "402" pan would be stock and it's 5qts with a filter change.
shouldn't '68's have the heater hoses running thru a bracket attached to the valve cover? '69's had the bracket on the inner fender panel.
runs up the sub frame and exits near the fuel pump.
looks like a stock bracket on a tall RPM intake. there's an aftermarket bracket for what your doing. I think AR Engineering makes them.
I use as much factory stuff as I can, even with headers. my favorite pieces are 1968.
the HP engines that had the separators used a dedicated 1/4" return line back to the tank. they also used different fuel pumps (higher pressure)....
[ATTACH] [ATTACH] my r/t. just got the engine back together and running.
my ''69 r/t shaft and coupler are untouched from the factory. neither has any coating or paint.
6pak would have had .92. 383's .90.
they never came with spacers. pretty stock would have been an avs.
listen to this guy.
needle and seat has dirt in it, or wrong float setting, or too much fuel pressure.
the fuel pump lobe is not like the tappet lobes. it's a complete circle on an eccentric. the fuel pump push rod is always in motion. i've had push...
another thing to check is all the hose connections on the suction side of the pump/fuel lines. any cracks/loose connections will screw up the fuel...
i would pull out the fuel pump push rod and check it. make sure you don't have a canister/cellulose type fuel filter on the suction side of the...
you should be able to run stock rockers. the big issue i had with edelbrocks is push rod length and rocker geometry.
#64's in the center. end carbs are ok.