i have a 1991 Chevy, just recently put a 383 stroker in it. i have holley throttle on it. the chip has not be put in it as of yet. my problem is after driving it on a 2 hour trip, one hour in to it,

Asked by Mar 27, 2013 at 09:31 PM about the 1991 Chevrolet C/K 1500

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i have a 1991 Chevy, just recently put a 383 stroker in it.  i have holley throttle on it. the chip has not be put in it as of yet. my problem is after driving it  on a 2 hour trip, one hour in to the trip the truck started to  sputter/hesitate/ as i  increase speed.  i dont have a clue what it could be. please help??? i don't it was bad gas, so after i was low on gas from the trip i put a pint of "heat" just in case it had water in the tank. to no avail the car still sputter/hesitates

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It could be a clogged fuel filter starving the engine. It's cheap and easy to replace.

You haven't set this carb up yet. adjust the mix and the speed the same way you usually do, and it will behave itself.

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