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  • About Jebbysan
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    New Braunfels Texas
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    66' coupe
    Tons of cylinder head work.....roller rockers...Trend pushrods....full MSD ignition,tuned-curved and jetted.....Numbers Match!
    KYB shocks,Fibreglass rear spring,Urethane bushings,Salt Flats wheels
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    Ass Grass or Gas...nobody rides for free.
    "I don't do T & A because I don't have much of either" Tea Leoni


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  • Last Activity: Today 04:05 PM
  • Member Since: 03-29-2012


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  1. Jebbysan
    10-22-2016 04:24 PM
    The 750 HP is a style of carb that Holley has made for several is a racing series carb....idle and main air bleeds, four corner idle....and the cloverleaf main body with no choke horn. Mine has been worked by Avanti and I added a billet baseplate with high flow blades and screws for about 785 cfm......
    It is one of the best and also one of the most expensive carbs they extremely well and is very coveted in the engine scene.
    The street manners are wonderful.....I have 9 inches of vacuum and it idles with quite a rump as you know.....but smooth as silk just off idle.
    The Team G is fine....this is a 406.....very different animal....torque as flat as Kansas and will spin them is first and second with just the throttle......I run a 3:36 gear and a Muncie is just right.

  2. Richard Daugird
    10-21-2016 03:54 PM
    I saw you mention a Holley 750 "H.P." carb, is that a typo? I have a Team G manifold available as well. I would usually think a single plane isn't best for the street, but it seems to be working for you. You got a stick? How are the street manners? Ever hit the strip, or dyno? I am running a 4 speed and 3.55 gears, andSuper Comp-style header sidepipes.
  3. Richard Daugird
    10-19-2016 02:00 PM
    I have listened to that video of the 406 about a dozen times. I plan to build somewhat of a clone of that engine; I have a good 350 block, but I got a 400 last night, don't know if it's got a good block yet. What pistons did you run to get 10.5:1 C.R.?
  4. corvette-62
    05-19-2012 09:35 AM
    Hi Jeb:
    Thanks for the advice on the '62 Carter WCFB...I'm holding off the float adjustment until after a car show on May 20th. I'm taking you advice and removing it from the manifold before I attempt the adjustment. In the meantime, I've been online trying to gain some knowledge on WCFB float adjustment, I'm a little worried about loosing the power piston springs/ accelerator check valves. Anyway...I've learned something new about my '62 and I appreciate your comments! Thanks!
  5. Bud2
    05-18-2012 02:48 AM
    Hey Jeb,

    Remember last week I posted up a question on dynamic compression/static compression? Well I'm looking for an opinion. I think I'll feel safer if I lose a point of compression. I was thinking I could lose 2-3 cc from the pistions by blending the valve reliefs pockets. I think I'd rather do that than try unshrouding the valves in the AFRs. If I'm gonna stuff things up I'd rather stuff up the pistons than the new AFRs!

  6. Steeler
    05-11-2012 07:02 PM
    Thanks for the comments - "Stout wheel tire combo.....great color!
    Hard to put big wheels on these and make it look right....good job!
    Race for Pinks????!!!!! " - your '66 looks neat - maybe too fast for my old '65
    Keep the rubber on the road - Terry.
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