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post #1 of (permalink) Old 04-08-2002, 02:13 PM Thread Starter
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is it better to get a new webber 32/36 DGEV carb, or do the mc 2100 swap/?
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Re: carb questioin

I don't know about the 2100, but I have had the Weber for 3 years with no problems. It is a big improvement over the Carter BBD.
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Re: carb questioin

Depends. In my opinion, if you have the money and are short on time the Weber is a good choice. If you want to save some money and have a little more time to find the 2100, I would go that route. I use the Weber with good results and have heard nothing but good things about the 2100. Can't go wrong either way.
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Re: carb questioin

what exactly is the 2100
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I think it's a motorcraft.
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Re: carb questioin

i would do some research on a holley 5200--- it is a weber made for holley by weber- uses same jets and every thing else-as the 32/36-{it is a 32/36} im running one on mine- you can find remanufactured ones for under a 100.00------

T.Rush your a holley man---maybe you can give us some insight on a holley 5200-- thanks luke
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