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post #1 of (permalink) Old 01-24-2005, 06:12 PM
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Pony Carb Swap Finally Done

Let me first start by saying THANK-YOU to all that posted to offer help(Sarge Tazuki Daxe)The problem turned out to be exactly what Daxe had mentioned. There was a tiny little piece of dirt in the primary. I found it when I tore the carb apart for the tenth time [img]images/graemlins/wall.gif[/img] and now all is well.

I read in an old post that I found in the search that I can now take the ecm and all wiring from it out is true? Is there anything that has to stay or be re-wired to remove the ecm.


Now that the EGR valve is no longer in use can it be removed and blocked off? Any benifits or draw backs to removing.



Once again thanks to everyone that offered their help.
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<<I read in an old post that I found in the search that I can now take the ecm and all wiring from it out is true? Is there anything that has to stay or be re-wired to remove the ecm.

No just need one vacuum line for dist and 1 wire from the carb.


<<Now that the EGR valve is no longer in use can it be removed and blocked off? Any benifits or draw backs to removing.

I removed mine and made a plate with no ill effects I could see. Jim
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Re: Pony Carb Swap Finally Done

do think the pony has more power then the samurai carb ? cause mine doesnt and i was wondering if maybe it is not tuned properly or somethin
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Re: Pony Carb Swap Finally Done

I noticed a pretty good power increase between 2000 and 3500rpm. It just feels like it has a bit more pull now at mid range rpms.


I ground out my intake and I think that this is where you get the extra power from. I just used the old pony carb riser for a template and groud out the intake and the sami riser to match the pony.
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Re: Pony Carb Swap Finally Done

I really never got to run it too much after I removed the stocker because it went into a building phase after the swap but I think most think it does have more power. The only real problem I have heard of the pony is the angle problems. I believe Sarge is looking into a fix. Jim
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