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Manual choke conversion tonight


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#1 stephenw22

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Posted 01 December 2003 - 02:55 PM

I'm picking up the parts tonight, and I'll be putting it in either tonight or tomorrow night.

It'll be nice to have a properly-running car again, and no more cold-weather headaches.

It'll also be nice to have reasonable fuel ecenomy again. I'm only getting about 12-14mpg right now in cold weather, which is only a little better than my chevy with a 400SB.

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Posted 07 August 2015 - 02:24 PM

I'm picking up the parts tonight, and I'll be putting it in either tonight or tomorrow night.

It'll be nice to have a properly-running car again, and no more cold-weather headaches.

It'll also be nice to have reasonable fuel ecenomy again. I'm only getting about 12-14mpg right now in cold weather, which is only a little better than my chevy with a 400SB.



How did it turn out? I need to put one in a 81 brat. The more info I can get the better. Thanks

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Posted 09 August 2015 - 11:31 AM

Went to the parts store. Got the manual choke for electric choke housing. Read the instructions and installed. Very simple job, I'll say the hardest part was getting the cable through the fire wall. Hope this helps others.




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