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post #1 of (permalink) Old 11-12-2000, 02:10 AM
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weber buffs

Running a .40 1.6 with .330 lift cam what should be the correct weber application?ex.30mm,32,38 and so on.The biggest question is what other vehichles came with the same bolt pattern as the sammy?I've seen holley weber pinto carbs that look similar,what about vw's or chevy vegas? As always any help would be appreaciated.

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Re: weber buffs

I'm far from being "knowlegdeable" on Webers but I am running one on my 1.6. AS far as I know the only one available is a 32/36 DGAV. The bolt pattern isn't the same as the Sami and when one purchases the carb, the adapters are included in the kit.
Now that I think about it, there are actually 2. The one I mentioned above (it is the performance version) and one that will utillize the stock air cleaner. Go with the performance version. Hope this helps.....

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I like webers & I like buff so............
Check out this thread :
http://bbs.off-road.com/wwwthreads//...collapsed&sb=5

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To make the holley pinto carb work you have to use a weber carb adapter to make it fit, but it does work. A chevy vega might work, bucause I a air cleaner off one for my holley carb. But I do not know for sure. I looked at a 87 nissan truck carb the bolt patern looked right but the carb was gone from the truck, so I can not be for sure if it would work.
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Re: weber buffs

Hey Twister, How did those whistle jets work out and how did you build them? I need to do the same thing. Have you been able to test it off road yet? Keep me informed. Max

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mxnhid ,I haven't tested off-road yet , in the middle of some body work.I probably won't be able to give it the "ultimate" test.
DaveAZ tested the hell out of the bowl seal/vent drill trick tho :http://www.figmo.net/farc/farcdetail.php3?i=162675

If I were you ,I'd follow his lead.6 screws, unhook choke rod , & your ready to JBweld/drill.

Whistle tube = vent chimney = just extending the bowl vent as high as top of air cleaner .

I measured stock Sami carb = 26/30 venturis.
Stock Toy 22R carb = 32/40.

DannyL , if you want to measure Pony , just measure diameter of holes on carb bottom.

I believe my OLD weber has slightly different top & bowl vent setup than newer ones.

When you buy a new 32/36 K600 model kit (low perf) jetting is 47/47 idle, 105/110 mains ,155/160 air corrections.

I'm at 7500' so I bought 45/47, 105/110, 160/165-so far so good.

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