That spigot is for the autochoke on the ZS carb.
From: Bill Saidel [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Thursday, February 17, 2000 1:11 PM
To: Andrew B. Lundgren; firstname.lastname@example.org
Subject: Re: 18G -vs- 18V, differences?
Appropo of this thread: What function does the 'spigot' off
end of the 18V
engine do? I removed the SZ carb and replaced it with HIF4's
and for the
life of me, I just
don't remember what this spigot is about? Is it part of the
Early aging...FCN syndrome and I cannot interpret my own
At 09:57 AM 02/17/2000 -0700, you wrote:
>What are the differences between the 18V engines and the
18G's? I know
>Smog stuff. (later G's also have the air manifold...)
>One year of the 18V has something funky on the water system
for the choke
>The 18V use the simplex timing chain and gears...
>The reason I ask is the '70 parts car I just bought has an
18V in it from
>a '77 car if I am correct. The number is: 18V 890AEL
007... (forgot the
>My current engine is an 18G D ..... Forgot the rest.