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Thread: Edelbrock Carb

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    jjp4848 is offline Registered User Visit my Photo Gallery
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    Edelbrock Carb


    I have a 77 silverado with a 350 sb. I installed an edelbrock 600 cfm manual choke carb with an edelbrock performer intake and a new accel distributer. Everything works good except...
    At high rev (like passing someone), the motor will "pop", or backfire once it reaches about 3600 - 4000 rpm and continue to do so until you let off the gas. Any suggestions?

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    Car Year, Make, Model: 75 GMC C-15

    sounds like a timing issue to me
    75 GMC C-15 factory 454, automatic, lowered

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    Car Year, Make, Model: 1966 Dodge Charger

    basically i agree with both. Make sure timing is correct and check your plugs and wires. i hade a problem similar before and it wasn't the timing or plugs but one of the wire connectors had broken off so it wasn't getting a spark to the plug.
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