Posted by tromine on July 15, 2012 at 18:02:57 from (18.104.22.168):
In Reply to: Low power 605 posted by toolz on July 14, 2012 at 22:17:06:
toolz, watched you pull last night. I thought you were in 3rd! Should've done much better than that in 2nd. I never messed/checked with timing at all. When I got it, put a new set of points in it and ran it. Ran 3000 plus most of the time trying to keep up with 800's but with stock cam, extra rpm didn't do much for power or torque. In my opinion only, with that model E regulator and impco 200,fuel shouldn't be a problem. I haven't really studied your plumbing up close. When it was in my tractor I was using a forklift LP tank. I was told there were two sizes of valves with regard to gpm they would flow. I think they were like 1.9 and 3.8 or somehting close to that. My tank had the 3.8 gpm. I assume your using the stock valving and lines on your GVI, I assume those valves flow enough?? I'm not an LP expert. I don't know if some guys run 800 pullers with the stock valves/lines on the MM tractors.
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