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Reply #195 - 05/28/22 at 08:04:17
 
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Reply #196 - 06/23/22 at 13:46:08
 
Oh Henrietta,
That reminds me of long trips in the backseat of an Eldorado Cadillac. Going to visit my great grandmother! Not a whole lot in Henrietta
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Reply #197 - 06/23/22 at 13:59:57
 
But wait, there’s more ... we just got a Quick Trip truck stop/auto gas station in Henryetta !
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Reply #198 - 07/20/22 at 15:40:22
 
This is a pretty long threads, trying to make a comprehension of it for the upcoming winter project.

I understand that with the performance carburetor there is no need for jetset, is that correct?

I terms of sequence, I imagine its best to do both the piston and the cam together, once the engine is being take apart. But also, in terms of sequence, if I only have the cash for either the car or the piston + cam, is it better to do the carb first or the piston + cam?
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Reply #199 - 07/21/22 at 06:42:24
 
och wrote on 07/20/22 at 15:40:22:
This is a pretty long threads, trying to make a comprehension of it for the upcoming winter project.

I understand that with the performance carburetor there is no need for jetset, is that correct?

I terms of sequence, I imagine its best to do both the piston and the cam together, once the engine is being take apart. But also, in terms of sequence, if I only have the cash for either the car or the piston + cam, is it better to do the carb first or the piston + cam?


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The stock CV carb and the VM carb use a totally different set of jets.

Which is better, to swap the carb first or the piston & cam first ?
Well, that depends ... on whether the budget and/or working time is most important.   Cost and time for a carb swap is less,  cost & time for a cam/piston swap is a bit more.  The cam and piston will yield more hp & torque than the carb, but the carb is easier to do.  
What is your preference ?

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Reply #200 - 07/21/22 at 08:10:15
 
I think I'll just do the carb, at least this winter. I'll be ordering it from you sometime this fall, unless I can convince the wife that I absolutely need to spend the $ on it right now, lol.
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Reply #201 - 07/21/22 at 13:04:28
 
och wrote on 07/21/22 at 08:10:15:
I think I'll just do the carb, at least this winter. I'll be ordering it from you sometime this fall, unless I can convince the wife that I absolutely need to spend the $ on it right now, lol.


Wife needs convincing ? ?  
Hmmm.
Just TELL her “I NEED these things woman”.  
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Reply #202 - 08/13/22 at 18:29:31
 
Hi Lancer I bought the stage 3 cam and  a wiseco piston, put it together and it was excellent. I have a mikuni vm36 carb and until a month or so ago it was running like a swiss watch as my oppo said ( who knows more about bikes than he does swiss watches ). Anyways there appeared a nasty rattly noise so after a bit i realised it wasn't going to cure itself so I took the head cover off and the rocker pads and the lobes of the cam look like had been having serious problems the cam lobes looked like they had been worn down to the original profile. Any ideas of what I did wrong or failed to do right? many thanks in advance Steddy I've tried to enclose  pics but it will only let me put one up
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Reply #203 - 08/28/22 at 20:06:04
 
Hi Lancer, I sent you a PM and an email.
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