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  1. Will post the pics soon (Thanks Chuck) - and WOW, good to know about the RPM! It was idling at 2500 before my dad retuned the carbs a bit - gave me the stink eye as soon as he stepped in the car and saw the tachometer. After it's been turned off, regular drops can seen falling from the carbs - definitely smells like it's running rich.
  2. Hey y'all. Sorry, I don't know much about forum ettiquette as this is the first one I've joined.The guy said that everything under the hood was perfect, but after driving it for a week, I'm seeing that the carb intakes are leaking gas and the gaskets leading into the engine are wet with gas as well. I'm kind of a novice (at the Forum thing as well as owning a datsun/working on my car) so any pointers would be appreciated! I really want to do the car justice! - Josh Info: Original Engine - 90k miles Idle - 1500, sometimes dips down to lower 1000s Anything else that's relevant?
  3. Just saw that I should elaborate a little: Engine is original at 90k miles Idles at 1500 rpm 4 Speed Trans
  4. Hey y'all. Sorry, I don't know much about forum ettiquette as this is the first one I've joined, but I also have I think the same triple Weber carbs on the 260z I just bought. The guy said that everything under the hood was perfect, but after driving it for a week, I'm seeing that the carb intakes are leaking gas and the gaskets leading into the engine are wet with gas as well. I'm kind of a novice (at the Forum thing as well as owning a datsun/working on my car) so any pointers would be appreciated! I really want to do the car justice! - Josh
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