He is not talking about choke parts. The heat riser parts are what is in question. In my opinion, it does not matter if they don’t unwind at exactly the same time. It would be impossible anyway, as the manifolds are not the exact same temperature. On the choke issue, if the choke pull-off is doing it’s job, the engine will run smooth while the chokes are moving to fully open.
Thought about electric , parts from edelbrock afb. Last F went manual choke no / minimal heat riser, like J anK . And max wedge .
The problem with factory 60,61 is they can pull off at different times, leaving you half choked . And resulting idle/ stall issues . Water heated plenum is another way too . I think too much heat keeps coming even with thermostatic valve and working
George used to put restricting washers in elbows I think he was right . No valve . Perhaps the point being maybe we can improve rather than replicate a problematic design ? Worth talking about anyway ??
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