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Unread 10-10-2002, 09:13 PM   #1
Meister_jeep
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should I weber or TBI

I have written twice to have info on the TBI but I have had a big ZERO help. Now I have to make a big decision. Should I go with a Weber carb in which I would be trading 4 quarters for a dollar or should I go with a Howell TBI injection kit which cost more but will be less troublesome. I have no idea what the weber has to offer cause a carb is a carb from my point of view and although It might be better here in winter its hell so I really need some help to make up my mind

thanks a lot

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1988 YJ 4.2l
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NUTTER BYPASS
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BDS 3.5
SYE+CV SHAFT
FORD 8.8 WITH 4.10 GEARS, DISK BRAKES
33x12.50 GOODYEAR MT/R's ON AR767 15x8
CUSTOM STANLESS STEEL DISCO`s
JUICEBOX.
LED TAIL LIGHTS
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-MIGHT TRY THE JEEP INJECTION KIT FROM WEBER
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Unread 10-10-2002, 10:09 PM   #2
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I have a Weber Redline...

Hey, I love my Weber Redline, it's made all the difference in the world for my 4.2L Canada YJ, makes the idle better, makes the low-end better, seems to NOT have the hideous Carter butterfly valve/idle drips problem, etc.

Go for it, I'd pick Weber over a fuel infection kit every time (though I love factory FI)!
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Unread 10-10-2002, 10:09 PM   #3
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Weber, etc

BTW,

Be sure to have a nice high-flow air cleaner either way, high-altitude motors need all the air they can get!

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