Re: [GFS] RETURN SPRING ON 2/4S ON FURY ARE VERY IMPORTANT.!!!!!!
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Re: [GFS] RETURN SPRING ON 2/4S ON FURY ARE VERY IMPORTANT.!!!!!!



Absolutely correct!
It makes sense although the parts list only shows ONE p/n??

The picture makes more sense than the parts book.  I finally decided to use 2 different springs on mine for tension purposes.
ED

----- Original Message -----
From: mmyhrvold@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Date: Monday, May 15, 2006 8:59 am
Subject: Re: [GFS] RETURN SPRING ON 2/4S ON FURY ARE VERY IMPORTANT.!!!!!!

> Check the latest issue of the GFS newsletter.
> I that picture of the dealer sold kit to convert to a Fury engine, 
> it 
> shows the different springs.
> 
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: john mahaffey <john59oldcar@xxxxxxxxx>
> Date: Sunday, May 14, 2006 1:23 pm
> Subject: Re: [GFS] RETURN SPRING ON 2/4S ON FURY ARE VERY 
> IMPORTANT.!!!!!!
> To: goldenfin@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> 
> > Ron,
> > 
> > Would you send me a photo of this directly to my email
> > address? I don't get pictures when it goes through the
> > club web site.
> > 
> > Thanks,
> > John (john59oldcar@xxxxxxxxx)
> > 
> > --- archangel1390@xxxxxxx wrote:
> > 
> > > 
> > > John,
> > >  
> > >     Thanks for refreshing my memory about the 
> > > straight linkage and the 
> > > manifold on the 56 Fury. You are the one who called 
> > > that to my attention a while 
> > > back. Below is a photos of the straight  linkage vs
> > > the progressive linkage 
> > > below and springs. Although no one is talking  about
> > > it the springs themselves, 
> > > they are very important on the 2/4  bbl Fury's. The
> > > bottom spring must be twice 
> > > as big and have the long straight  piece at one end
> > > so it does not increase 
> > > resistance as it pivots on  the carburetor. Springs
> > > without the long straight 
> > > end build up resistance and  can keep the carbs from
> > > getting full throttle. 
> > > From my drag racing days I  have learned that
> > > completely opening up all 4 holes 
> > > in the 2/4 manifold to one big opening for each carb
> > > gives you more power at 
> > > high  RPM's and less power  at low RPM's from a
> > > standing start. The guys that 
> > > did  this who were mostly Chevy guys on the drag
> > > strip always had a 
> > > 3.90--4.11-4.30  or 4.56 rear end ratio. 
> > >  
> > >                                                     
> > >           Ron
> > >  
> > > PS. What good is 2/4's if you are not getting full 
> > > throttle.
> > > PS 2  Thanks for the photo and Plymouth information 
> > > sheet
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