Have you tested the vacuum advance/retard can on the distributor?
Not clear from your original post, Weber or Solex? IF Solex, mechanical or vacuum secondary?BQS4 said:Need help with a problem.
Otto has offered advice on this, and sorry Otto, it has not cured the problem. I tried a few different types of fuel filters, even ran without a filter and the problem is still there. It's not the carb, as I have taken a known, good working weber from another car and the problem is still there. Same thing with the fuel pump. The problem is, when I accellerate moderate to hard, the car acts like it has hit a wall (imaginary). The motor wants to rev, and I know these motors will go beyond this point, but, the motor bogs. It's a stock 74 low-comp (7.6:1) with points, no Pertronix, as I have tried the Pertronix with it, and still the problem exsists, and a weber 32/36. The car starts, and idles like a champ, the best running one I have ever had, it's just under hard accelleration, it wants to bog. Normal accelleration is marvelous! It scoots a lot better than most cars I have ever had, but, not when you accellerate hard. It does this from a standing start, and running at speed, although it's not as bad, when at speed, but, it's still there. Any ideas?
OK Gene, how close are your mains, airs and idles to these:BQS4 said:BTW, it has a weber 32/36, and I swapped another weber onto itand as stated that each weber has to be tuned to the individual car, there should have been a difference, but, there was none.