After sitting for a few days I'll start the Gal, let it idle, creep into the street and I still have to go slow and feather the gas to keep it from stalling. After maybe 4-5 minutes and a few test accelerations I can finally drive normally. Is this the way it's supposed to be?
Putts drives a 1965 customized Galaxie. Rebuilt 390, 4100 electric choke on a Performer, MX, AC, PS, PB w Scarebird front discs on Cragar 17" S/S.
Agreed. Even in warm weather, you need some amount of choke to account for fuel condensing out of the mixture onto the sides of the intake manifold until the engine itself is up to operating temperature. Might need to increase the fast idle speed a bit too.
1964 Galaxie 500 2 dr Fastback, 390, 4 speed, Indianapolis Indiana