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Thread: Question about 3x2 setup on a stroker engine.

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    Default Question about 3x2 setup on a stroker engine.

    I've recently bought a Chrysler 408 stroker engine from BluePrint and I'm trying to get my stock 3x2 carb setup, from a '70 AAR Cuda to properly work on it. The secondaries are staying open once the engine gets revved and it won't hold a healthy idle. We swapped out the diaphragm springs to the black ones as we saw on a different forum to do. Any other suggestions?

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    You still got issues? This is my 408" with a six pack: https://youtu.be/AKvhZj8kmw0. Email me @ williejcobb@yahoo.com. I’ll help you if you need advice. Write 408 six pack in subject line.

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