I kind of recall that there was a Chrysler tech service bulletin advising RAISING float levels to cure this in the C-300. Apparently, Carl Kiekhaefer’s crew figured out a solution for left turns, anyway. Stalling out in turns on the NASCAR tracks would not have cut it with Carl. Whatever fix there was, it was not applied to our C-300 as it would sometimes stumble in hard left turns such as at intersections. Less of a problem after electric fuel pump was installed.
Good. Now we all know. Thanks for the update.
* 300's with WCFB's used to do this all the time on certain sharp turns but the fix for this was in drilling a hole somewhere, if I remember right.
Posted by: "Rich Barber" <c300@xxxxxxx>
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