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Old 08/15/2013, 01:03 PM   #1

Location: Elgin, IL
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289 Engine Dies

On my C Code I have replaced the fuel pump, fuel lines, fuel filter and carb. All are Edelbrock components. Here's the issue. When I got the car running it idles really well. When I rev the engine it dies out when it idles down. Then it is very hard to restart the car. Thoughts? I spoke to Edelbrock and they said I need to adust the idle on the carb. Is is really that easy? Seems like there might be something else going on.

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