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post #1 of 6 Old 07-27-2011, 09:17 PM Thread Starter
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32/36 dgev synchronous linkage kit

Has any of you with a Weber 32/36 dgev used this kit to convert your progressive carb to synchronous?

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post #2 of 6 Old 07-28-2011, 05:55 AM
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No, I haven't tried the kit, but I'd certainly be interested in how it works out for you, if you decide to try it.

My Weber is currently running so smooth, I'd hate to touch it, but I would if there's a serious performance gain to be had.

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I thought it might be interesting to try but not yet. I want to get mine running smooth before attempting anything. Ill be tearing into the carb next week with a rebuild kit.
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While it may be nice for a racing applications which run from the mid range on up, I'll bet it causes off idle stumbling on a DD.
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While it may be nice for a racing applications which run from the mid range on up, I'll bet it causes off idle stumbling on a DD.
Agree. The 32/36 was built the way it is to keep the venturi effect higher at lower RPMs for greater response. The secondary only kicks in progressively when you need it... from 50% to WOT.

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Notice you have a special accelerator pump nozzle in the package also and I see a lot of playing around with the jetting. Since the carb goes WOT anyway when pushing it al the way down, I don't see the point. Not to say I haven't done this years ago on my Fiat. It was a pain then also.

I notice it's used on light weight race cars.


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