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Unread 06-27-2013, 09:02 AM   #1
Stegs
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carb questions

i have a knock off weber carb

want to replace it with a genuine weber

i got a quote on a 36/32 i think? for less than 300 dollars

is this a good carb for a 258 jeep? its bone stock motor wise


also, on a side note, would a exhaust leak where the manifold meets the exhaust pipe have anything to do with a/f ratios? im assuming not but i dont know if that will reduce back pressure and throw off the a/f

gotta get alot of small stuff fixed

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Unread 06-27-2013, 01:05 PM   #2
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i have a knock off weber carb

want to replace it with a genuine weber

i got a quote on a 36/32 i think? for less than 300 dollars

is this a good carb for a 258 jeep? its bone stock motor wise


also, on a side note, would a exhaust leak where the manifold meets the exhaust pipe have anything to do with a/f ratios? im assuming not but i dont know if that will reduce back pressure and throw off the a/f

gotta get alot of small stuff fixed
This knock off stuff is not funny any more...
I went to Google and typed in REDLINE and the first pop-up was the knock off guy claiming they are REDLINE. I guess you can pay for each hit, or your imitation sight to come up first?
Not sure how that works.

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