Join Date: Sep 1999
Location: Austin, Texas
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Do I really need a Weber?
I am making a serious effort to get my Carter BBD and all the other emissions crap working. So far I have all the vacuum hoses replaced and I am in the process of testing all of the sensors that report back to the computer. Since I have fixed the hoses I have had to make several adjustments to the mixture on my Carter. Each time I think I have it right, it runs like crap the next time I start it up. It is like every time I get the mixture just right the computer trys to change it. Am I going to be fighting this forever or do I just need to finish testing all the sensors and then everything will work great? I don't know how effective this system was in original factory condition, but I have a newly rebuilt Carter and don't want to shell out for a Weber right now. I am hoping that once I have everything working and install my GM HEI I will have a powerful and fuel efficient engine, Can I really expect this much?
<font color=green>85 CJ7-4.2L,T-176,D300,2.5" lift,32"BFG MT,Durabak,York-Air,HEI?</font color=green>