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360Rocket's 1970 GTO

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JUSTA6 last won the day on March 15

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About JUSTA6

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  • Birthday 08/12/1958

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    Pontiac Michigan
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    Volleyball fanatic, Huntin, boats, motorcycles, snowmobiles. Retired Pontiac Motor Div.

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  1. I'm still back at the tank, even with the pinch, as to why it's not vented properly. It should have to be vented with fuel flowing back to the tank. Fix the pinch, then on to the vent. Good luck, hope it's all simple.
  2. It is...BUT that adaptation seemed to work in the moment.
  3. Try recharging the battery. If you have an Autozone, Orielly's ect nearby, they will test the alt for free. The alternator would be my 1st guess as well.
  4. LMAO......You can tune an exhaust, but ya can't tune a fish!
  5. Like the 50's series on the 421. Not to loud...JUSTA right. 60's on the 231.
  6. Never heard of Black Widow. Huge fan of Flowmaster mufflers and build my own custom exhaust.
  7. LMAO our Pontiac's wouldn't make it down the 4X4 2 track to get to my place. Have not looked up the location of Hart.
  8. Great read...thankzfor sharing. Now about the carshow at Hodges Pontiac in Hart Mi.
  9. Randy....sorry haven't checked back in. Been busy. Looks like most info has been covered for you N stuff to check. I don't believe the cap is vented (could be totally WRONG!) BUT... Esp since you said you checked the vent/breather hose off the tank. Should go up and behind the bumper? Or at least higher than the filler neck. You said it was blowin air. This should be a wide open vent and not allow any buildup in the tank unless partially plugged. That said... a vented cap couldn't hurt . Think of it like a gas can, when trying to pour with the vent cap closed. This is the vacume effect Last Indian is talking about. Flow will slow to a stop and then it will inhale air to relieve the vacume and start the flow again. Open the vent and it will flow smooth. I'm a lil more concerned about the heat buildup in the fuel system. Was hoping someone would have some thoughts on that. It has me stumped. Being hot on the engine is one thing...tank should be cold.
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