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Poncho Master!

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i got spark and flames but no go still


sooo i riged up a wire and still no GO hmmmm here is a video of what is happening

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=52m11BmSvnU



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Poncho Master!

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i posted in the wrong era woops sorry todd do you think you could move it?



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id say your timing is WAYYYY outta wack...

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1967 Pontiac Grande Parisienne

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 Very slow build thread... :/

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ill look into that



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i dont know if you know or not... but get your engine to T.D.C. the pull your distributor cap and if your rotor button is pointing at cylender #1 then should be correct

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1967 Pontiac Grande Parisienne

427BBC-4gears

 Very slow build thread... :/

  http://canadianponcho.activeboard.com/t44547044/67-grande-parisienne-daily-driver-build/



Poncho Master!

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lol i look short in the video lol =)



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Flames out of the carb,distributer 180 degrees out?

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Timing looks to be out. Since you have the valve covers on the esiest way to get it right is to remove the #1 plug and bump it over a little bit at a time until you feel pressure on your finger over the plug hole. Then turn it the rest of the way up to tdc. You may also have someone turn it over by hand and you should feel the pressure / compression stroke.  Once you have done this you remove your distrubutor cap and you will find it is not pointing to #1. Remove the dist and drop it back in so it lines up with #1. Don't worry if it doesnt drop all the way down at first. The drive for the oil pump may not line up at first. just turn the engine over a bit and it will drop down.....Hope this makes sense.     



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jonathanD wrote:

lol i look short in the video lol =)


 U R squished!

Jonathan, make sure you have a extinguisher close by.



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'64 Parisienne CS "barn find" - last on the road in '86 ... Owner Protection Plan booklet, original paint, original near-mint aqua interior, original aqua GM floor mats, original 283, factory posi, and original rust.

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