UPDATE!! Adjusting timing propane engine and impco 425 mixers

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Caddy123
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Re:(UPDATE) Adjusting timing propane engine and impco 425 mixers

Post by Caddy123 » Sat Jan 12, 2019 1:18 am

Everyone a happy and healthy new year.
I was a little bussy and has a little problems with the car.
I has a vaccuum leak at the intake gasket fix it now and my heather core leak, change it for a new one.
Now i can tune the engine .
To be continued .
Danny

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Re: UPDATE!! Adjusting timing propane engine and impco 425 mixers

Post by Caddy123 » Sat Jan 12, 2019 3:34 pm

I have check the 425 mixers also and the idle cirquit no holes in it.
If i screw the idle mixer allen head (in) the engine stalls if i screw it out to the middle its ok if i screw the screws more out there is no difference rpm go not higher or lower how is that possible!!
Im adjusting only idle now and set the timing.
I have a vaccuum gauge and film it so you can see how its run.
Its run like crap! rough idle fluctuating needle see film.
If i adjust the idle screws and have set the timing im comming not higher than 14-15 hg ok mayby the cam its a lttle bigger 270-270-224-224 lift 511 110 lsa.
But why fluctuate my vaccuum and idle rough.
Gr Danny

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Re: UPDATE!! Adjusting timing propane engine and impco 425 mixers

Post by storm » Sat Jan 12, 2019 7:21 pm

Have you sealed the hole in the middle of the Holley baseplate? If you haven't you will have an unmetered vacuum leak.

Take a look at the attachments, see the Holley baseplate has a hole in the centre. If this is not blocked off you will have a vacuum leak. Now look at the QuickFuel billet baseplate and see how it doesn't have the hole in the centre.
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Holley baseplate with hole in centre.
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QuickFuel billet baseplate without hole in centre
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Re: UPDATE!! Adjusting timing propane engine and impco 425 mixers

Post by Caddy123 » Sun Jan 13, 2019 1:47 am

Storm i have this baseplate my gasket blocks all the passages and holes , the middle is still open!!!
If this is the solutuion im very happy .
Intake no leaks
Hoses all new now leaks
Brake booster tested not leak.
Than the hole must be the case!!but where does it take the false air from?
If my gasket blocks all the other passages and holes?
Thanks Danny
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Re: UPDATE!! Adjusting timing propane engine and impco 425 mixers

Post by storm » Sun Jan 13, 2019 2:43 am

Get a small grub screw (can't remember the size sorry), tap the hole part way down use some locktite and screw the grub screw in from the top.
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Re: UPDATE!! Adjusting timing propane engine and impco 425 mixers

Post by Caddy123 » Sun Jan 13, 2019 3:22 am

If this is the solution i send you a pic of a bottle of beer🤣
Break in the engine with my holley gasoline carb no problem and idle ok.
So the problem must be the hole i hope so, im tired after seeking for a month now🤔

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