the holley finally shat itself, So saturday was spent rebuilding the old thermoquad. Not a hard rebuilt at all, and I made sure EVERTYTHING was crystal clean before it went back together.
The motor has never idled as smooth... seriously, a 50c coin could ballance on this thing now
the only problem i'm having now is a massive flat spot on take off. The model is a 6-2146. The metering rods are adjusted as per instructions on http://www.thermoquads.com
, and the flat spot got even bigger.
Basically what i'd like to know is, should the primary jets be increased in size to cure this flatspot? The reason I ask this is because under heavy acceleration, she lean fires, also under deacceleration theres a very faint pop pop pop from the exhaust that was never there with the holley.
I know everyone thinks that they're a bitch to set up, but there has to be someone on here that doesn't have the "piss it off and put a holley on it" answer for me