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Re: K341 Pulling Build
« Reply #240 on: December 10, 2011, 11:25:49 AM »
Got a few tricks for the coming season, Biggest is I will be switching to Alcohol with appropriate carb...

I've been running a 1.2" on race gas (cause most clubs allowed it) and have moved up to being able to finish in the top 3 spots...(along with gear changes, new cam, clutch and driving style improvements through out the season)

Couple guys that beat me regular are running alcohol carbs and only pull me by a few feet, so I think this will put me right up there with them if not on top of them...I have a Nicholes 1" Alky carb to tune in...

I also picked up a three stage pipe for the last couple pulls of the season, and while it wasn't a "major" difference, I credit it some for the money finishes I had at the end of season...
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Re: K341 Pulling Build
« Reply #241 on: December 10, 2011, 12:14:47 PM »
The Nichols carb is the way to go. Used to use a vogel carb on an old motor and all we did was switch to a Nichols/JRS carb and noticed a difference.
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