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    Hello. Anybody ever wrap portions of their exhaust where the gas line comes close? I have 2 spots where the fuel line is about 2-3 inches from the exhaust (only a couple inches long each then the line diverts). I am looking to keep the heat from these 2 spots instead of moving the line...
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    Well, it looks as if my vapor lock issues are still a plague... I filled with shell 87 on a 79 degree day knowing it contained %10 ethanol but didn't give it much mind since I haven't had any issues since installing a well insulated spacer below my carb. I went for a drive, picked up lunch in...
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    Hey folks. I've been trying to get a 67 Mustang with a 289 owned by an older relative started. It's been sitting in a shed for a few years. It will start and run for a few seconds with a little bit of gas poured into the carb, but won't run otherwise. It has two fuel filters - one before the...
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    We have air. We have spark. We have no fuel. It comes to life on starter fluid but then dies without even trying to stay alive. This car went from driving just fine (passed emissions) to not starting overnight. Not even trying to catch. Nothing. There is new fuel in the tank. It's not...
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    I just picked up my first mustang a couple months back and am trying to chase down an ignition / mix issue. I've been having a rough idle since I bought her, and trying to chase down what exactly is going on. It appears to be running rich. So far I have: Cleaned & restored the carb (600CFM...
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    so up until yesterday I thought my car was running just fine, until she ran out of gas (my fault) and I guess a bunch if crud from the fuel tank, both small and large, worked it way unto my lines. I found out because she didn't want to start after I gave her half a tank. So I disconnected the...
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    Hey guys, Recently put a new gas tank in my ‘66 coupe. At the initial filling, I didn’t see any leaks. After 100 miles on the highway, there was a very slow leak coming from the area of the fuel sending unit. I had some trouble with the gasket during the initial install and found some...
  8. Engine, Drivetrain, and any other stuff For Sale
    Price Drop Barely used fuel pump. I can't use it for my fuel injection swap. Its been on the car less than 1000 miles, and is in perfect condition, minus some scuffs on the sticker. Looking for $150 shipped out of it. Local pickup in the Boise/Meridian/Nampa Idaho area. Untitled by Michael...
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