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  • 02-05-2014, 19:43
    Well done now find the mixture screw��
  • 01-05-2014, 20:20
    Darren West
    lets hope not
  • 01-05-2014, 15:02
    Quote Originally Posted by neil still building it View Post
    hi darren
    great news i hope you've cracked it
    bad luck re mixture screw...
    Not sure that's the best term of phrase.....
  • 01-05-2014, 14:34
    neil still building it
    hi darren
    great news i hope you've cracked it
    bad luck re mixture screw...
  • 01-05-2014, 13:44
    Darren West
    well i have news

    i got the engine fired up this morning at 9:05 and at 9:45 it was still running at 85 degrees with little pressure in the hoses

    i only had 45 min till my first appointment but I'm chuffed so far
    before it would boil up after 15 mins

    down side :town:
    ive lost the mixture screw from the holley some how
    so its a bit lumpy
  • 29-04-2014, 19:51
    Darren West
    Quote Originally Posted by streetfighter View Post
    He has exhaust fumes in his water system,,,,,,,,,,
  • 29-04-2014, 19:32
    He has exhaust fumes in his water system,,,,,,,,,,
  • 29-04-2014, 17:16
    neil still building it
    of course the same is true of the engine driven cooling fan!!!!!!!
    ie serpentine fans go the wrong way so vibrate and aren't efficient ,stalling in reverse
  • 29-04-2014, 17:07
    It was you then Neil It took me ages to work it out. It does actually pump to a degree, but the fans are keeping it cool, so not ideal. Ive got another I bought off a super gentleman on here, still need to fit it.
  • 29-04-2014, 17:03
    neil still building it
    twas me ,they dont pump too well going backwards....and no too obvious unless you think to check,or have another to compare against.....
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