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pony carb instructions

i need to know where a good link on the internet is too help me install my pony carb. as much as everybody is doing it there should be a good set of intstructions running around. thanks

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Here is a start. Think Izook also has some. Jim
http://www.off-road.com/~sushi/pony.html

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Re: pony carb instructions

Chris

If you had any questions you should have asked!!!!
I am going to install a Pony on my PartsZuki soon and will do a detailed
write-up for my site. My prego wife is now home and can do all the text and pictures for me. The picture part is important cause my Mavica digi is starting to get a little worse for ware..........

So don't be shy..
http://www.izook.com/tech/ponycarb/ponycarb.htm
Is a pretty damm good write up!!!

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My Sony Macavi stopped working caled Sony, they repaired like new with a new guarantee for 171.00.... Cheap fix for a 3 year old Sony used for business, taken approximatly 5000 photos... I recommend the service. Located in Atlanta, GA.

Early 87 Zuk, Calmini headers, 2" Calmini reverse lift, Calmini 2" Exhaust system, Kayline Full Doors,Steel Horse Seats, 30x9.5 Roadmaster rubber, Doetsh shocks & stabilizer, soon a Pony & GRS-1
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Thanks for the compliment on the write up. ;^)

I also can helpout if you have any questions.



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THANKS GUYS. DANNY I WASN'T TRYING TO BACK DOOR YA. YOU HAVE HELPED A LOT SO FAR. I'M JUST TRYING TO GET EVERYTHING SQUARED AWAY FOR THIS WEEKEND WHEN I PLAN ON DOING IT. I'M JUST NOW GETTING SETTLED BACK IN THE GOOD OLE US. I HAVEN'T EVEN TAKEN IT OUT OF THE BOX YET. SO I WILL PROBALY HAVE MANY QUESTIONS WHEN I START SEEING HOW I'M NOT A CARB GURU.

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you need to get that pig going and come out here to tx so i school your samurai with my jeep!! it looks like i will be moving to austin though. i'll have to see if i still have my shop to do the dana44 swap when you come. you might just be takeing the 44's back with you unless i can figure something else out by then. keep me posted on the progress you are making with all your new toy's.

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Hey DannyL while on the Subject of Carbs....Started Wrenching on the new carb as soon as I got it Tuesday...not sure but I may have screwed some things up...(I was next to a Buddy when he had a nasty accident Tues and it's kinda screwed my head up...must be too much of the ICU ward!) any ways.....There is a funny cap over the Idle Mixture screw...doesn't look anything like this Pic off the directions on line.



And the jets that get replaced....the 102 and the 150 go into their respectivly sized holes? (Don't know the Tech lingo for this one....) Ok...try again....the two brass thingeies inside the holes that you acess from the outside of the carb under the Fuel window, that are covered by two small bolts(fallow so far?)

the 150 goes in the left hole and the 102(?) goes in the right hole?....and I havce a 100 left over....cant fine a place for it....where does it go?

Geez...I need to get some sleep....augh.......well....I hope you can cypher through what I am rambling on about...

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Re: pony carb instructions

First off sorry to here about your buddy. Hope he's ok or if he's not I wish him a quick recovery. Been there, done that. (Picture motorcycle hitting deer at 60...)
Now Pony.....That cap is to be removed and thrown away. You can pull it out with a pair of vise grips. The remaining parts can be removed(if you want) once you remove the idle screw. There is a new idle mixture screw in the kit to replace it too.
Jets will be on blow-up diagram.
http://www.partszuki.homestead.com/f..._carb_drwg.jpg

I sent you some stuff thru your E-mail too...

Other questions...........?
Don't be shy!


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