To be honest, this thing is really touchy. It seems it never does the same thing twice. I have it back to exactly like I made runs. It honestly won't shoot fuel anymore, but it basically sounds like it's on the chip at 5000 rpm. I tried the anti-pullover nozzles and they actually made it really smooth until it hits 5000. I think I'm fighting two issues, standoff and pullover??
It's sure funny how when I made the runs, the stall just stoped. (It's been down the track) I could hold it to the wood and it would only stall 52-5300 rpm. It never missed, popped, nothing. It just wouldn't stall. I also had at the time had a line pressure and internal problem. The trans had plugs in the cooler lines. I thought it had been internally by-passed and I didn’t need to run a loop. Come to find out, the internal by-pass had a pipe plug in it and wouldn’t allow the converter to exit fluid. This was hurting the stall. The converter should stall 7500+. I get the trans fixed, and it would stall again to 52-5300, but would never pop. I noticed when I would get to the stall, back off the throttle, the thing would go past the 5300 and go to 7000+. I really noticed the standoff when I leaned the carb out and added plenum/spacer combos. But like I said, I put everything back to like I made the runs and now it has a nasty pop. This is when I witnessed the pullover, while on the trans brake looking down the carb. Maybe the trans issue was simply just holding it back, now that it's fixed it wants to stall but has a carb issue.
Sounds so complicated, doesn’t it.
The engine was dyno’d from 7200-9500. The converter HAS TO STALL 7500+ or it’s going to be a PIG!!! The issue I have is I know the converter will stall the rpm I need, I just can’t get it past 5000. It has while on jack stands gone past the 5000, but only once..