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post #1 of (permalink) Old 05-18-2000, 01:21 AM Thread Starter
 
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DIALING IN WEBER.

Just installed the stock weber carb from 4wdhardware.com. (K600)
I'm very happy with it, except for the idleing. I've hear rumors that they don't idle worth beans. Anyone know of anything I can do to get it dialed?
I live & wheel between 5000 & 6500ft,. I have the K & N filter charger.
stock header W/ 2&1/4" exauhst Flowmaster and no cat.
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By the way thanks for all the posts on the fuel pump
head gasket deal. It was the fuel pump.
The pressure in the valve cover was coming from
having the vent pugged.
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Re: DIALING IN WEBER.

Put in #190/170 air jets, #120/110 main fuel jets, and #45 Idle jet. Runs Perfect, idles great, loads of power.
I live in denver, 5200, and this will also pass emmissions, so this should work fine for you.

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Re: DIALING IN WEBER.

Thanks bro!! I'll give it a try..

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post #4 of (permalink) Old 05-25-2000, 12:28 PM
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Re: DIALING IN WEBER.

Where can I order or buy the jet's you have mentioned above. My sammi has been trailer bound due to the fact I can't get it to pass emmissions. I have the small air cleaner downdraft weber, not sure if that makes any difference.
Oh yea, I live in Atlanta and rairly run above 3000 ft.


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Re: DIALING IN WEBER.

I purchased mine through Calmini, for $40, it's a way better deal than I could get in town.

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