Weber Carbs?

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  1. wiseryder

    wiseryder Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    Hi guys, Im not sure where to put this so I it here.
    Im working on a jeep with a weber card, Ive never worked on these things before ,Im sure someone here has..
    The thing runs super rich , stinks bad of fuel , Does someone know anything about these carbs?
    Thanks
     
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    Zspoiler Veteran Member

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    Have you talked to Weber direct ?
     
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    I've worked on a bunch on older Porsches. There are a bunch of different jets - Porsches have problems with Idle Jets clogging.

    Probably going to need a Manual for that specific model
     
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    Have Weber send you a manual .And or there is a SAE book on Weber Carbs ,I have seen one on Amazon. That brand of books help me a lot when I started to work on cars in the 1970`s ,Before the net.
     
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    What kind of Weber? A 2 bbl like a DGV or?
     

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