Of course it could be anyone of these, but I greatly doubt it is fuel-related.
Instead, I am pretty sure it is ignition. In fact, I'd lay a bet it is the
Try changing the condenser, then when that does not do it, remove the pertronics
and put some points back in.
While you are changing the condenser, look at the rotor and cap and wires.
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>From: "Alan" <email@example.com>
Subject: power loss
Here we go.
finally decided to go for a trip; after an hour into it car would loose power
@ 2700 rpm or 56mph, back off to 50 mph 0r 2000 and can climb back to 56. If
I come to a stop, its ok going back up the gears, i can accelerate back up to
60 and then it starts dying out again . So I turned around and came home
traveling between 50 & 56. once I got in town, the cars ok because its stop &
go and never having to maintain a constant 55.
I have petronix electonic ignition.
I banged on the carbs to see if float was stuck.
Anyone have any ideas. carbs,fuel pump, ignition????
Not sure where to start.
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