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  1. You might have a washer that is not the right size that may be impeding your ability to raise the nozzle so it lies flat to the bridge. Check the lineup of nut, spring, washer, etc, on each side to make sure they are both the same.
  2. Granny, that option may be illegal in some states due to the brevity of parts!! 😲 As for the shiny Euro option, I agree with Fernando (of old SNL fame), who said (with heavy Spanish accent) that "it is better to look good, than to feel good". I took that to mean make it shiny and dazzling, even if it runs like s@%t!! Ha, ha! And, Randalla, those wingnuts are lined up, just the camera angle ... 😎
  3. Ok, Site, if we are going the self-gratifying route (😉), here is another option; just go the Euro balance tube route, get rid of everything else!
  4. Bob, wow, nice cars! I see you are in the Phx area, where are the cars located?
  5. Ha, you are just using this opportunity to show off your beautiful carb and intake setup ... 😎
  6. Any thoughts on how this study applies to rebuilt engines? Is this study just pertinent to older, non-rebuilt engines? Just wondering ...
  7. Rio24, after viewing your video, I don't think the issue is the rod linkage. It looks like you might have an issue with your middle carb throttle plate sticking open, as you are not connected to anything and the sticking is occurring. I would take the carb off and look at the back side to see if the plate sticks open on its own. I have had to replace a throttle plate before because it was not flat and it kept sticking. Not sure if that is your issue, but the video looks like it might be.
  8. Rio24, I just purchased some of those parts; the 16"-3/8" rod, 2-3/8" female rod ends, 2-3/8" end links, and 2 male adapters to secure the 3/8" rod ends to the smaller openings on the Cannon intake. The kit has some redundant pieces that I don't need. My issue is the 5/16" rod having binding issues with the 3 rod end set up (trouble getting the 3 rod ends to align correctly), which seems to be a common issue with the Cannon intake manifold. Rather than upgrade to a different intake, I am going to beef up the 5/16" rod to a 3/8" rod, and reduce the 3 rod ends to just 2, thus making the linkage smoother and reduce the binding problem.
  9. That is why $80 to fix the linkage is a better option to begin with, Zed Head, I agree it doesn't make sense to throw big money at it, if you don't have to!
  10. The total from Pierce Manifold for the 16" x 3/8" rod, 2 - 3/8" rod ends, adapters for the Cannon intake and 2 - 3/8" end links to hold the rod in place amount to about $80. Pretty cheap alternative to a new intake (at least to start!)
  11. Rio24, I have been told that the 5/16" rod that comes with the intake is not as good as the 3/8" stainless steel rod that Pierce Manifold sells. You may have removed the center post, but still used the smaller (thinner) rod and that doesn't work as well, am told. I am also getting sticking even with the cable linkage.
  12. Same issue on my triples with Cannon intake; was getting stuck idle no matter what I did! After some reading, and discussion with Mike at Pierce Manifolds, I am a believer that the 3 post/rod ends are causing binding that will not be easily resolved. Essentially, it is very difficult to get all three "holes" to line up perfectly for the rod, thus causing a bind. I am going to try removing the center rod post (run on 2 rod ends, not 3), increase the rod and rod ends to 3/8" and see if the linkage will be much smoother. Otherwise, will move on to another intake manifold, if necessary.
  13. Thanks, Perfect240Z, good to know! Talked to Mike at Pierce Manifolds about their intake manifold, and it seems to be an improvement over the Cannon intake. FYI, for those triple Weber fans, Pierce Manifolds is working on a customized emulsion tube specifically for the L24 thru L28 engine, it is going to dyno at Rebello this week, I think. Would be available in a few weeks, if the results come out as expected. Supposed to be better suited for our engines and a better balance of performance and economy.
  14. Seems to be about $100 cheaper going through RHD, then going through eBay; $491 vs $591, delivered.
  15. Thanks, Rio24, comes out to about $490 delivered to me, not bad. Appreciate the info!
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