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Old 03-23-2017, 05:57 PM
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Do the vacuum test outlined in the TSB, that's the only way to know for sure. Also take a vacuum reading at the intake with the engine running just to make sure it's up in the 20-22 range. If it's not the intake manifold gasket could be leaking at one or more of the intake ports.
Is the 20-20 while holding steady at 1500-2000 rpm or at idle?
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Is the 20-20 while holding steady at 1500-2000 rpm or at idle?
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At idle. As the throttle is opened the vacuum should start to drop.
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Old 03-24-2017, 05:25 PM
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At idle I have 16 then when I am at a constant 1500 rpm I have 22...

do I have an issue do you think?
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At idle I have 16
Too low, you have a significant vacuum leak.
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Too low, you have a significant vacuum leak.
It does have 1.7 RR in it...would that make a difference?
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It does have 1.7 RR in it...would that make a difference?
Depends on what a "1.7 RR" is.
This ain't Twitter, feel free to use a few extra letters.
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Depends on what a "1.7 RR" is.
This ain't Twitter, feel free to use a few extra letters.
Seriously? You are losing credibility here.

Every tech know that means "roller rocker"

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My vacuum shows 16.5 at idle though no twitter talk mods, lol... Also, this old engine is still eating up about a qt. of oil every 1k or so, The plenum job will be in the near future, just need ambition and time
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Seriously? You are losing credibility here.

Every tech know that means "roller rocker"
Uh huh, okay you go with that.
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