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a non-emission Chevy 350, so I've always used the driver's side port and it works fine. This is most commonly used for power brake boosters. Am I correct that both ported(timed) and manifold vacuum "advance" timing with inceased RPM's or does one decrease timing as RPM's increase? 2) The small ones at the front on both sides are the distributor vacuum advance ports.
Edelbrock 1405 or 1406 on an, edelbrock performer intake, with all the vacuum lines labeled where they went.
Could somebody run through them again for me as I am trying to get this new 360 started soon.
Determine if the distributor vacuum advance it timed (no vacuum at idle) or full ( vacuum present at idle).
With the engine fully warmed up and idling, pull the vacuum hose off of the carb and feel for vacuum by putting your finger on the vacuum port.
That is what needs to be found out. Vintage Air, AGR steering, Corbeau gtsii seats, 700R4 TPI transmission, 12-bolt w/Eaton.11:1. Use pregnant sex dating a 3/8" hose and be sure to use a new fuel filter as close to the carb as possible. My limited understanding of distributors is that they "advance" timing with incresase in engine RPM by decreasing vacuum and/or using spring tension. If you have a timed distributor vacuum advance (emission controlled engines) use the passenger side port. Unfortunately I can't suggest which kind you may have. Would ported(timed) go from zero immediately to max vacuum, then a decline to no vacuum at WOT and manifold vacuum going from maximum vacuum at idle declining to no vacuum at WOT?
There are 2 types of vacuum advance pots. The large front center port near the base of the carb is the PCV port that uses a 3/8" hose. The small port on the upper passenger side is the fuel inlet. Are you saying the ported(timed) vacuum goes from no vacuum full vacuum once the throttle is initailly touched (matching the manifold vaccuum then vacuum decreases along the same graphic pattern as the manifold vacuum?