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Excessive intake manifold suction

I installed a aluminum manifold on a 1979 small block 350 engine, there is a severe sucking sound coming from the carb , causing the motor to run very rough what is causin this problem?

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CHECK CARB. A VELET MAY REMAIN SOO CLOSED AND CAN CAUSE THIS FAIL AND FEW POWER. YOU WILL NOTE BRAKE ARE XTRA SMOOTH

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