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Old 11-07-2003, 07:39 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Can anyone tell me what I can remove from the stock carb on my 22r and still allow it to run and idle? Even a "keyword" to assist my searching would be appreciated. I've found some threads where people have done it, but not HOW they did it. I was told that the best way to go was to change to a Weber.??
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I don't have any pics nor the 22r for that matter, but what you do is take everything off and cap it. Seriously that is what I did and It ran better. some people keep the distributor advance; they say it keeps a little more power but I didn't see any difference.
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Re: removing smog crap from Toy carb?

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Can anyone tell me what I can remove from the stock carb on my 22r and still allow it to run and idle? Even a "keyword" to assist my searching would be appreciated. I've found some threads where people have done it, but not HOW they did it. I was told that the best way to go was to change to a Weber.??
Why? What's the point of removing it all? A 22R will not run any better without it and the HP/Torque gains are insignificant.
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Why? What's the point of removing it all? A 22R will not run any better without it and the HP/Torque gains are insignificant.
It's simply not needed on a buggy... more clutter, more to deal with and more to potentially go wrong and have to torubleshoot in between courses.
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It's simply not needed on a buggy... more clutter, more to deal with and more to potentially go wrong and have to torubleshoot in between courses.
I didn't see the part where he's building a buggy. If it's for a buggy then that makes sense.
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