Is it pointless to use carb & choke cleaner on a new carb? I was going to use it on my 2 month old edelbrock carb but my dad says its useless on a new carb. I figured I would keep it clean. Any thoughts?
If you're talking about the spraycan carb cleaner, use it. That's what it's for. All carbs get a little staining on them. The spray stuff is ideal to keep a carb new looking. Take care to keep overspray from painted surfaces.
Just picked up my '65 6 cylinder from having a T5 installed last week. It gets off the line so much better than with the old 3 spd. However, unless I'm at the perfect speed it grinds going into 2nd and 3rd. Haven't noticed it as much going into 4th but some. My question is do you think this is...
From what I understand, E-15 will replace E-10 in a couple of years leaving us with only E-15 and E-85 to choose from. There will be some rare exceptions that will offer Ethanol-free gas but, it will be even more expensive than it is now. In my area, 87 octane Ethanol-Free gas is about $1.20...
Early last year I solved my warm start issues by changing to non ethanol fuel but I was adding an octane booster because it was only 87 octane.
Now a new gas station (QT) has opened up down the street from me that has non ethanol 90 octane. Oh happy day!!!
Getting around to test fitting parts I bought in 2016. Went with an Aeromotive 20 gallon tank that's a direct fit for a 69-70 mustang.
Bought the modified filler neck from CJP. This is the problem.
The filler neck doesn't even get close to lining up with the tank.
And it won't go all the...