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post #1 of (permalink) Old 04-21-2003, 02:22 AM
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2bbl carter bbd carb

Being that this is my first jeep, i have heard alot of bad thing about the stock cars on the 90 YJ...any sugestions on a new one?

Should i go 4barrel? [img]images/graemlins/confused.gif[/img] [img]images/graemlins/thud.gif[/img]
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Re: 2bbl carter bbd carb

Look at the Motorcraft 2100 Carb. Just need an adapter from Mr. Gasket (less than $20) and modify your throttle linkage. The carb is simple and works well off road.

Search this board for MC 2100 for lots of info.
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Re: 2bbl carter bbd carb

1. Scott, welcome to the forum.
2. Thanks for filling out your user profile.
3. Read the New Posters Message at the top of the forum.
4. Participate more often!
5. Two brains are always better'n one!
6. Ibid on the Carb choice.
7. But if you can afford it...go with Fuel Injection.
8. In any case you can't go wrong by dumping the BBD carb.
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Re: 2bbl carter bbd carb

Yeah, the MC 2100 has a great rep around the web, and they're relatively plentiful used. Not only that, they're reportedly very simple to rebuild. I'm working on one right now, in fact. I paid $45 for it from a 4x4 junkyard / garage. Just waiting on the rebuild kit...
If you go this route, you'll need an adapter (Summit racing # TRD-2086 - $12.75), and a rebuild kit (GP-Sorensen # 96-198A, Autozone has it for $13.97, look for a '72 Waggie with the 304). Oh, and the carb, get one from a Waggie if you can. There's a recent thread (last week, "Good vehicle to pull an MC2100?") about it, and LEVE and TiminMb really helped me out. Other links I have found to be helpful:


http://forums.vmag.com/pm-1001/messages/2838.html

http://freehost10.websamba.com/jeepin/cheapcarbs.htm

http://www.clubfte.com/users/mlf72f2...togallery.html <---these are pics of an MC2100, so you can recognize at a u-pull-it, if need be...

I'll let you know how the rebuild turns out when I'm done. [img]images/graemlins/grin.gif[/img]
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Re: 2bbl carter bbd carb

well guys, thanks for the very helpful info!! as soon as i make my carb choice ill let ya'll know.
thanks again.!!!!
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