Ford Corrtina MK4 Weber 32/36 service
Took down my Weber 32/36 carby to look at the accelerator pump check valve.
Its a 1.6 and originally had the single barrel 1.6 carb so I had to do some
modding to the original 1.6 air box for it to fit the Weber. The 1.6
throttle linkage was also too long so I use a makeshift adapter plate to
get it to line up properly with the Weber.
My weber on my 87 Mazda b2000 pickup, it's a 32/36dgev, runs sweet!!!
1982 EK1 Honda Prelude 32/36 Weber First Start Up
First start up of a 32/36 DGEV Weber Carb on a 1981 Honda Prelude. The
engine is a stock '82 EK1 CVCC 1.8l swapped from another Prelude. Used
Redline Weber adapter plates for a CVCC accord. Took a few seconds to start
up but it runs great!
Check out www.G1preludes.com for more information on the 1st Gen Prelude!
Jeep YJ Weber 36 Carb Upgrade Idle Issue
I recently put a Weber 36 Carb on my YJ 4.2 258. It runs great but there
are a few issues with it.
First of all idle: Idle does not seem to keep steady its constantly
fluctuating and sometimes will stall. This is even after adjusting the idle
speed screw to about 900 RPM.
Second is the High Idle: Ocasionally while driving, the engine will get
stuck at 2000 RPM or 1500 RPM or 3000 RPM. I pull over and look under the
hood during this time and noting seems to be effecting the linkage. If I
rev up quickly it usually goes away or if I go under the hood it seems like
the linkage to the carb is stuck, but it doesn't seem like its stuck to
Other then that the performance is great.
1984 Honda Accord 3rd Gear Dyno Pull
Performed a 3rd gear Dyno pull on a mostly stock 1984
Honda Accord (with 32/36 Weber conversion). Dyno results were 66HP and
85ft-lbs of torque at the wheels. Car is rated 86HP and 99ft-lbs of torque
at the crank stock. Not bad for 275,000 miles.
Weber Rebuild Results
This is the results of my first carburetor rebuild on my 1977 MGB.
Carburetor is a Weber 32/36 DGV. Car also has a Peco header and Exhaust. Considering the car barely ran before
the rebuild, I feel it was a success.