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Price $400
Pros bolt on performance and reliability
Cons price
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Comments: i love this carb, this is the best thing ive ever done to my cj. i thought about going the MC2100 carb route witch is cheaper but i didnt want to have to do a bunch of mods and fab to make it work. this was ready to go out of the box.
 

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Price $398
Pros This thing made me love my 232 engine, great power increase, very very efficient for stock intake manifolds
Cons MPG too low with my 33" tires
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Comments: For my 232 with stock intake manifold, great performance, some issues on fitting the carb on stock manifold, but worth the time and money spent. I can now spin my tires for 2 full seconds.
 

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Price $200
Pros It's a Weber!!
Cons None so far.
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Comments: WAY better response off the line. Best thing I've done to the Jeep.
 

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Price $199
Pros Easy to install and tune.
Cons Air/fuel mixture screw will strip out easily.
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Comments: Had this carb on it when I got the jeep but it wasn't running. Got it running and went to tune it according to directions and the air fuel mixture screw came out due to being stripped. Ended up getting another carb to put on it worked like a charm.
 

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Price $5
Pros Not the Carter & Less useless crap in the engine bay
Cons Pulling it apart to change out the Jets during set-up.
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Comments: Purchase an Air/Fuel ratio gauge to tell you whether your carb is running Rich or Lean!!! Read all you can & Good Luck!
 
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