Last post on Sep 10, 2007 at 8:41 AM
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Sep 06, 2007 (1:09 am)
so would a cam kit be a good idea right now or not. pull the heads and change everything out, valves and all. im going to try that trany oil thing u talked about. what it there is alot of carbon build up on the pistons and the heads. then what. clean it myself or take it in, cause yesterday me and my uncle bought a 63 chevy c10 and the heads looked like some one put mud on the pistons and alover the spark plugs. really bad. ok so my truck now, the idle is lower at around 600 to 500 rpm at idle and under load about the same just lower , man it run really good at night with that cold air coming in, is that how its supose to run during the day??? really ballsy with just regular gas from chevron. ive tested all other ones and chevron seems to last me longer and better performance out of it? Hey thank alot for helping me out. really do appriciate it> Ben.
#17 of 17 Hondas and lead
Sep 10, 2007 (8:41 am)
I had an 8o Accord and later an 85. Both were capable of running on leaded fuel in that they didn't have catalytic converters but the last year that Honda had a filler neck that would allow the leaded gas nozzle in was 1979.
I believe they changed the filler neck due to federal regulations kicking in. That's what the Honda service guy said - at the same time he was suggesting ways around it if I wanted to do that.