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Old 04-29-2003, 19:47   #1 (permalink)
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anti pollution gear and other questions

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i am running an xc v8 302 or 351 havent measured the stroke yet factory 4 barrel carter c10 lsd electronic dizzy 4v extractors 135kws at the rear wheels dynoed at hallem performence
any guesses has to engine size from those specs
question ? which hoses do you block off to block all the anti polution gear and where to connect the vaccumm advance from the electorninc dizzy has there ar 2 egr valves if any one can help greatily appropiacted (photo from digital cam much appropiated)
also the vent system is vacumm controled i seem to loose vacumm below 1500 rpm but once i get to about 1500 hang on
suspect anti polyution is robbing me of vacum
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Old 04-29-2003, 20:57   #2 (permalink)
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The EGR on an XC is the EGR plate which is under the carb (Thermoquad). Sounds likes its a reasonably healthy 302.

Not sure on the Thermoquads but on the Holley's the vacuum advance goes onto the driver side of the carb under the fuel bowl.


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if it has a c10, and borgwarner diff it is a 302 providing trhe engine is still original. why pull of the canister though??? the car wont go any better.
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If your running an after market bigger camshaft there is a lose of low rpm vaccum. A vaccum can is required to supply vaccum to the accesserie's.
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