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post #1 of (permalink) Old 08-20-2001, 06:05 PM Thread Starter
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HELP mixture control valve

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i am in need of a mixture control valve. do i need to still use this when i put my weber on. if any one knows where i can buy this, please help. but if i don't need this when i put my weber on then i won't need it. so please help me .

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Re: HELP air fuel mixture controler

If you are refering to the "computer", it isn't needed when using a Weber. The computer controls the stock carb....

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Re: HELP air fuel mixture controler

88 Sam stock carb is control by computer as "CrowHorse" posted earlier.

88 Sam computer appears have only one job and that is carb control.

If do a Weber carb you do not need computer anymore.

Do'n know about Ohio Echeck on this.

When I took stock sam in for Ohio Echeck, engine was not
inspected, I was not question about any engine mods.

One 5 sec. sample was taken at tail pipe at idle.
Guy doing this Echeck, said Echeck was a bunch of !&$----.
Gas tank cap was PSI tested and I was out there five min.
Used Echeck location on 747 just above Port Union.







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Re: HELP air fuel mixture controler

use the weber it eliminates the computer for the carb
and all but 1 or 2 vaccuum lines/hose connects don't
know on emission testing but weber's run "cleaner"
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Re: HELP MCV

howdy,
what i am refering to is the mixture control value. it is on page 6-4 of the HAYNES manual. will i still need this with a weber.

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Re: HELP MCV

howdy,
what i am refering to is the mixture control value. it is on page 6-4 of the HAYNES manual. will i still need this with a weber.

and hey i live in west chester oh, where about are you.

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Re: HELP MCV

howdy,
what i am refering to is the mixture control value. it is on page 6-4 of the HAYNES manual. will i still need this with a weber.
so with the weber i can kiss the little box my socks won't fit in good by.

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Re: HELP MCV

The Weber runs independently of any of the electrical sensors/valves for the stock carb. You will not need the mixture control valve since the mixture is controlled mechanically instead of electronically on the Weber.

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Re: HELP MCV

howdy,
thanks for the heads up.

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