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I have been having severe fuel injection problems on my '75. What are the advantages of going with carbs, and what kind should I go with. I am seriously thinking of doing away with the fuel injection. Is the fuel injection better with a high output engine (flat tops, shaved P79, headders , mild cam)? I have a big throat throttle body that I was going to install. I am frustrated. HELP
 

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Drew,
I'll be glad to help but I need to know what specific fuel injection problems you have been having. Also, what have you done to modifiy the engine? Do you still have all the original fuel management and emissions equipment on it? Have you gone through and tested each one for correct operation? Have you thoroughly checked for vacuum leaks? Fuel injection is the way I would always prefer to go. It is different than carburators so new learning is required but it is much more reliable and versatile once it is set up properly.
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