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Ok, any got any junk Webers laying around? Particularly the DGV series, 32/36 the most. Also , looking for any spare jets, both air and fuel. I don't care what size they are, as I'm gonna drill them anyway. Thanks,
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No takers on Weber parts?

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Sorry, I'm using those. I may however, have a whole carb soon. I found a cure- 38/38 DGAS Outlaw...
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what size are you wanting to drill jets to- also what are your other jet settings are you using--- if you still need jets let me know i can send you a couple thanks luke

 

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Luke,
I need to make some mains in the 165-180 range, 200 was too much. Got the air jets down to 170, now I need to also change emulsion tubes. Still having a bad problem with the transition circuit in this DGAV, they just aren't designed to run with 10.25:1 compression and the head modifications I've done. Guess you could say I went too far. I'm going to switch to a 38/38 DGAS Outlaw, the only way around it. In the mean time, if you have a couple of extra main fuel jets, let me know...
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