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Setting up your holley Larry 12-5-02  
I have a L-82 350 4 bolt main bored 40 over with 11.5to 1 forged dome pistons with 202 intake 196 exaust eldelbrock performer rpm intake and holley 750 double pump duel line what secrets do i need to know to set up this carb to get it to idle with my reed 292 grind 490 lift cam without loading up and still have crisp responce on take off
Re: setting up your holley Joe 12-6-02  
That's a tough one. Without a hands on situation it would be impossible to fine tune your engine. Timing...what type of ignition do you have? Do you have cam advance? What type of exhaust are you running? Spark plugs? What type of induction do you have? Transmission...stick or automatic?Idling is only part of it. low speed jetting depends on all the things that I mentioned. The more air in on take off...the more air out on take off...the more fuel needed. Too much fuel and not enough spark or or not enough fuel creates a lean condition that can destroy your take off performance. There isn't a single bolt on carb that will give you optimum performance. Each carb has to be fine tuned to each engine. You need a good performance shop that can give you at best an educated guess as to what modifications to do to your carb.
Re: setting up your holley Frank 12-7-02 has a forum for that kind of stuff.
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