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    Quote Originally Posted by DButler View Post
    Which harness is needed to connect to distributor?
    If not using a small cap GM HEI distributor, the 558-304 ignition adapter harness can still be utilized by cutting off the small connector,
    and wire your distributor type according to the wiring diagrams. This is outlined in the Holley EFI Wiring Manual (center of page 15):
    http://www.holley.com/data/TechServi...10555rev11.pdf (Holley EFI Wiring Manual)
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    Got car running and overall tune is good. I just need help on startup and car overloads on decel. When first trying to crank car it is hard to start. I have to pedal it and everything. After it runs a while it will fire after about 3 to 4 whirls. When coming to a stop sign and stopping the car will overload and die sometimes. If it doesn't die it will recover and start to idle better. It is a little choppy. Had a slight hesitation when leaving from stoplight to lightly hit gas. Almost got it gone with AFR 13.5 at 98 kPa, 13.2 line above and 13.5 all lines below. I just want to fix startup and decel problem. the overall tune is good with good cruise and wot. Smooth transitions. I just want to hit switch and car crank. Right now it seems rich. Should I change fuel on startup? I have 355 with very mild cam and twin 57 mm turbos. Any help is appreciated. Thanks.

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    Do you try adding fuel at Startup Enrichment-Cranking Fuel?
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