Weber carb jet settings?

Discussion in '60-Series Wagons' started by wingysataday, Jun 24, 2005.

  1. wingysataday

    wingysataday

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    I have a desmogged 82 fj60 with a weber that runs way to rich. What freakin jets do you guys run? 1500' elevation? Thanks My oil is smelling like gas and crap I need to get this right! Thanks
     
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    treerootCO Where are my keys?! SILVER Star

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    I bought all my jets from www.carbs.net a little spendy but I guess about average.

    5280 elevation
    Weber 38/38

    • 135 Main------------->73801.135
    • 190 or 200 Air------->77201.200 Either will work but depends on altitude if lean or rich.
    • 50 Idle Big----------->74409.050
    • 50 Idle Small-------->74403.050
    • 70 Pump------------->76215.070 Weber came with the 70 pump

    A good rule for adjusting the jets is one stop for every 3000 feet in elevation. Use the main jets for major changes and the air for fine tuning.
     
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    Any one else with ideas?
     
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    I neeed some info here please !!! Help a brother out!!!
     
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    I just noticed on the first link their site isnt working right but you should try it later because it has some great info on it. You also might want to call your local performance shop and see if they can give some info.
     
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