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post #1 of (permalink) Old 08-24-2000, 10:40 PM
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sort of new at this. but can anybody help me with carb problem cant get it adjusted. or should i go weber or holley. any help would be great thanks.

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Cant remember where I heard about this,but it worked on my carb.First,looking at the front of the carb,take the spring off where theres 2 12mm bolts.Take the one on the left off and spray carb cleaner(you need that little red extension)inside where the bolt came out.This is your primary jet.Put the bolt and spring back on and give her a try.Takes 5 min to do this,try this first before you remove the carb!
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My best advice with the stock carb is to yank it off after making all the lines so you can get them back on,
And open the float bowl acess bolt (There are two of them under the little site glass) spray carb cleaner all
over the whole thing, and inside the float chamber sloose it around in there and then blow it off with low pressure
compressed air. Reinstall it and see how it is. Try to refrain from digging into it unless you are very used to working on carbs, good luck

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THANKS FOR THE HELP GUYS EVERY THING SEEMS TO BE CLEAN AND WORKING JUST NEED TO FIND OUT HOW TO ADJUST IT ANY HELP?

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Be a man and get a Holley 1180 Dominator on that power house.

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I have been toying with the idea of changing my carb for some time... How much is the holley you mentioned and any part number?

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Well i think the dominator might be too big for your application, but after purchasing them and having them worked on, a set will run about $3,000

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Re: stock carb

The only thing you can adjust is the idle mixture, and you need a gas sniffer to do that right. otherwise a stock
carb is Not adjustable. It is an "Active" carb in that the computer controls the mixture off of idle. Make sure your
O2 sensor is hooked up and okay, There is a check that you can run to see if it is working. It is on Offroad.com
zook section under emission system test. Good luck. Where are you having problems with it?
Low end? Midrange or hesitation?

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