All input is welcome !!
Recently had an Edelbrock aluminum intake / Edelbrock 4bbl / MSD distributor removed from my stock 400 engine. The original intake was cleaned, prepped & painted, the original Rochester rebuilt and the OEM distributor 'recurved' (as it was called) so the entire package was functioning together correctly. The first drive was pure joy, but after a few hours of driving I was SURE I had damaged the fuel gauge sending unit (just filled it up) since the gauge was 'stuck' on F. After driving another hour the next day, the gauge finally moved. It feels more 'punchy' when the 4bbl's kick in and the mileage went from utter shite to what you'd expect from a cast iron V8. Now the suspension goes in so I can keep it on the pavement.Im taking my 67 back to original, putting back original intake manifold and Rochester carb. I have the intake manifold gaskets, Throttle return spring, Divorced choke, new intake bolts, Is there anything Im missing that you can think of.