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Old 20-05-2015, 11:20 AM   #1
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Crysler 130 stacker outboard tuning info...

Starting the re-build on my Bristol and I'm powering her with a 130 crysler 4 cylinder... Now I know these engines are popular in the states but not so much over here... Does anyone know anything about tuning them?

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Old 27-05-2015, 09:45 PM   #2
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Chrysler

Did work on them in 1979.... even went on a training course to Eastleigh! Dont recall too much but they were solid (heavy) and quite clever ie putting a dyno on top of a flywheel for example.

They are fairly simple - belt driven distributor and old fashioned points firing a CDI bit like a 1969 55hp OMC. I think you adjust and use the belt tension to fine tune - Clymer manuals would have detail you need but I wouldnt spend much money on it unless compression is real good and gear oil tells a good story

Carbs simple too, need a good clean, set float, check jets - off you go
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