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Unread 04-20-2013, 05:46 PM   #1
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4.2inline 6 modfication prblem

I have 32/36 weber carb, Clifford manifold with split headers, CRT performance distributor, fuel regulator, 35 inch tires with 3.73 gears. After doing all the modifications it still runs the same . No throttle responce . Can anyone help me out with what is wrong.

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What is your timing set at, and where did you hook up the vacuum advance hose?
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I'm using the primary vacuum and I had the timing set at 9 but bumped it to 12 today
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What are you calling primary vacuum? There is manifold vacuum and ported vacuum. Are you setting the timing with the vacuum line attached or disconnected from the distributor?
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Using the ported vac and did unhooked . The only difference I've noticed since doing all this is it runs smoother . Other than that its the same
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Bummer!!

What elevation are you at? Was the Weber jetted for your 4.2 as delivered?
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We put in new jets once I received it. It ran really bad when it first got here. You can mash it to floor the jeep never comes alive.
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Is the distributor advancing the timing from static when you rev it? You know, from where you set it at 12*?
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Yes it is .
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Got a catalytic converter?

How much total advance are you getting?
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I have a cat when we did the new exhausts I had to put the cat back on. I don't remember the numbers on the timing
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I'm going to bed now. Here's something to ponder. This, and the link below.

CRUISER’S VACUUM TEST FOR EXHAUST RESTRICTION

Your vacuum gauge should come with an instruction booklet outlining the procedure. Hook the vacuum gauge up to a source on the intake manifold. Start the engine and note the vacuum reading. Usually 17 to 21 inches of vacuum. Throttle the engine up to 2,000 to 2,500 RPM for 20 seconds or so and the vacuum reading should stabilize to the same reading you got at idle. Let the throttle snap shut. The vacuum reading should shoot up about 5 inches of vacuum higher for a second and then come quickly down to the original reading. If the vacuum reading stays high and comes down slowly with jerky needle movements, you have an exhaust restriction.


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Unread 04-21-2013, 11:32 PM   #13
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Thanks for the help I will try it tomorrow
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