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carburator calibration shop in southern california
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Hello guys,

I own a 1972 Mustang Mach 1. I recently had the carburetor rebuild.
But its running a little rich. Is there any shop in southern California that can calibrate my carburetor? Any recommended shops? help
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#2
Fly me out there, I'll do it for free Big Grin

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#3
You just need to yelp it or have Jeff walk you through it online or on the phone while you have your hands on it. Different Carbs have different tricks and nuances to them.
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#4
What carb are you running? What is your motor set up? is it rich at idle or across the board? What symptoms are you having? if you have a nonstock cam what are the specs? Changing jets and power valves is a relatively simple and quick matter.

All that would be helpful, but in all honesty, if you drive hard, a bit rich is better than a lean condition.

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"I love my Hookers!" and "Get some Strange" probably have a different connotation to non automotive enthusiasts!
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AWESUM_72_MACH_1;256445 Wrote:Hello guys,

I own a 1972 Mustang Mach 1. I recently had the carburetor rebuild.
But its running a little rich. Is there any shop in southern California that can calibrate my carburetor? Any recommended shops? help

Talk to these guys http://jmspeedcenter.com/ they have helped me out a ton in the past. They even came out from behind the service counter and adjusted one of my carbs in the parking lot....good peeps there.

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