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      LandoNick replied to the thread EGR removal and plugs.
      So after removing the EGR and having the Dizzy adjusted to work without the ear. How close am I to a full desmog? Can't be much left
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      I had a really bad drivability problem. It would idle fine in the driveway. But under load it would buck and surge. Turned out that my timing was off. but I was for sure it was Fuel related
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      You can check the Fuel pump by disconnecting at the carb measure how much is coming out when cranking. Accelerator Pump? get a good spray if you look down the carb?
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      LandoNick reacted to CruiserTrash's post in the thread EGR removal and plugs with Like Like.
      Not that I’ve found. The manifold assembly is pretty heavy, and it’s nice to be able to hang them on the studs during install. The alternative is balancing them with one hand while trying to get a bolt started. Maybe I’m missing something…
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      LandoNick replied to the thread EGR removal and plugs.
      you are the best! thank you. Is there an advantage to replace the studs with bolts?
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      LandoNick reacted to CruiserTrash's post in the thread EGR removal and plugs with Like Like.
      Head/manifold stud 2 90116-12011 -washer 2 90201-12051 -nut 2 90170-12211 Head/manifold bolt, small 4 91611-61028 Head/manifold bolt, large 4 90119-12003 You only need two of the small bolts (on the exhaust manifold "horns". This came...
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      LandoNick replied to the thread EGR removal and plugs.
      Can some one share the Part numbers and quantity of the hardware for the manifolds mounted to the block? Also I have seen some people remove the studs of the top middle two and replace them with bolts. What is the purpose of this switch, and...
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      LandoNick replied to the thread EGR removal and plugs.
      Yeah its not working now so I though just take that off. and cap
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      LandoNick reacted to 2mbb's post in the thread EGR removal and plugs with Like Like.
      I think so. With our the vacuum to control it the egr should remain in the closed position.
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      LandoNick replied to the thread EGR removal and plugs.
      The picture you sent over (thank you for that). Can I remove and plugs said hoses now? With out removing the EGR system? Will the 60 run different or any worse?
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      LandoNick reacted to 2mbb's post in the thread EGR removal and plugs with Like Like.
      No. The BVSV is used by other systems.
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      LandoNick replied to the thread EGR removal and plugs.
      Ok in post #5 will I also cap the top BVSV?
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      LandoNick reacted to OSS's post in the thread EGR removal and plugs with Like Like.
      Hot Air Intake has nothing shared with EGR system. HAI is useful for cold climates. But it’s also technically part of the emissions equipment. Here’s sn overview drawing of both systems. You should have a copy of the emissions manual
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      LandoNick reacted to CruiserTrash's post in the thread EGR removal and plugs with Like Like.
      @OSS is giving you the 60 Series bible. Read it cover to cover several times and everything will make more sense. The engine ancillaries are much easier to think about when you can break them apart into their individual systems: EGR, AI, HAI...
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      LandoNick replied to the thread EGR removal and plugs.
      Is the hot air tube attached to the EGR system or just the manifold? Should I reinstall it when I reinstall manifolds?
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      LandoNick reacted to OSS's post in the thread EGR removal and plugs with Like Like.
      The hot air intake duct/hose originally connected to a little holder down at the exhaust manifold arm to keep that end of the hose in place. The other end of the hose connects to the bottom of the air cleaner neck. When everything is working and...
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      LandoNick replied to the thread EGR removal and plugs.
      I did replace the tube itself from City Racer. Does the Hot air tube air just radiant heat from the manifold? I don't understand
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      LandoNick reacted to NWxDrew's post in the thread EGR removal and plugs with Like Like.
      I’m surprised the that hot air tube is still intact! Mine was half disintegrated. If you remove yours, I’m sure someone who is trying to build back to original would really like to have it. If you want to keep the hot air intake, the tube can be...
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      LandoNick replied to the thread EGR removal and plugs.
      When removing the manifolds, does the hot air tube need to stay? Looks like the mesh that connects from the manifold to the tube itself is really close to being a powder. Can I remove? do I need it. if I remove it do I need to plug the...
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      Or that side cover can leak down right there too. Just did both of those jobs recently. You might see oil on the clutch inspection cover. if you drive it. I thought mine was a rear main.
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      LandoNick replied to the thread EGR removal and plugs.
      No plugs for the VSV? Just open air is ok
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      LandoNick reacted to 2mbb's post in the thread EGR removal and plugs with Like Like.
      red x's are vacuum tubes you can eliminate. green circles are ports or pipes you need to plug.....I think.
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      LandoNick reacted to Perovich's post in the thread EGR removal and plugs with Like Like.
      As far as I know, the only vacuum line that needs to be capped is the EGR port on the passenger-side of the carburetor, as that should be the supply vacuum for the EGR. All the others are blocked off with plates and gaskets. I don't remember if...
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      LandoNick replied to the thread EGR removal and plugs.
      So I did the spring swap in the Dizzy. I re installed the stop pin also. so timing is set more advanced then stock.
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      LandoNick reacted to DFXR's post in the thread EGR removal and plugs with Like Like.
      Other, smarter people will weigh in, but one thing you will need to do is disable your distributor vacuum advance now that the EGR is not in play. My crude understanding: the vacuum advance in stock setup advances the timing under certain...
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