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Re: weber instalation (archive)

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Posted by delk on December 25, 1999 at 13:27:30:

In Reply to: Re: weber instalation posted by matt on December 25, 1999 at 12:51:51:

: ive ben wondering the same thing, where do the water lines go, can they just come off? what do i use as the source of the electric choke?
: matt

: : : i just recieved my new 38/38 weber and it looks alittle diferent compared to my old 32/36. i dont know exactly where the selenoid is on the new one. theres a spot where it must go but its totally differnt from the place that its on the older one. ohh and another thing, when given full throttle are the butterflys at the top of the carb supposed to open up all the way or just half way. by all the way i mean verticle. i hope this new carb lives up to my expectations
: : : TIA
: : : matt

: : ijust installed one of these and had to use the final linkage from the 3236 by that i mean the little brass sloted thingy also i went from water choke to electric so i bypassed the water but im not sure which wire to use for the choke any ideas? also had to grind out the intake manifold useing the 38/38 gasket as a template

water line from back of block can be pluggged with Tii fitting.

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