Need just a little more help with my Weber
When I bought my 87 Samurai about 3 months ago my Weber was way out of tune. I got one of Crows most excellent Weber CD's and I think I just about have it dialed in but I'm still having some minor issues.
First, I have a slight hesitation/miss at different points throughout the acceleration range. The most noticeable is if I have the accelerator barely pressed and then "stomp" it. When I do this it stubles and hesitates for about a second before accelerating, it makes a "gulping" sound. Then, if I hold the accelerator at about 3/4, there is a slight hesitation.
Second, I thought I had my idle just right but now if I come to an abrupt stop or stop on a downhill slope, the engine dies. It idles near perfect the rest of the time.
Lastly, The diagrams on Crows CD look a little different from my actual carb, though it may be just me. Anyhow, I just want to make sure I am adjusting the right screws.
1. A large flat screw with no spring that is toward the front of the carb, is this the lean/rich mixture screw?
2. A small screw with a spring right under the choke body that I think is attached to the choke linkage. What does this one do?
3. A screw with a spring that controls where the trottle lever stops? What does this one do?
4. The screw with a spring that is closest to the firewall located on the back of the carb. What is this one called?
Sorry to be so cumbersome but I'm trying to learn all I can so I can get this thing running right.
Thanks so much