been there done that.find yourself a donor EFI unit or have the stock carb rebuiltOriginally posted by j4x485:
<STRONG>The one I had was a piece of crap it didn't compare to the factory rebuilt one I have now. I would stay away from them they use a lot of gas too. The weber I had sputtered on hills or off camber situations. You can lower the float level on the stock carb so it won't stall on inclines. If you don't like the stock carb I would go EFI.</STRONG>
So everybody thinks that the 32/36 is worse on hills than the stock carb (doh!). I'm not ready to step up to EFI yet.Originally posted by PJR:
<STRONG>been there done that.find yourself a donor EFI unit or have the stock carb rebuilt</STRONG>
2 1/2 psi or as low as you can get it without staving the engine for fuel and as close to the carb as possible.Originally posted by patooyee:
<STRONG>What PSI do you run the regulator at and does it matter where in the line you put it?
running the carbs " backwards"....if the float bowl is closer to the firewall than it is to the bumper... you're thereOriginally posted by liveaxle:
<STRONG>So are you guys running your carbs backwards or are you just moving the float back?