Weber Carby Upgrade Instructions suit any 4 cyl carby motor.

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Post by doogs »

thats a great idea, the way you have
hidden the weber from the veiw of the cops

it makes the car look much more stock , so avoids annoying questions
from the cops, great work!
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doogs wrote:thats a great idea, the way you have
hidden the weber from the veiw of the cops

it makes the car look much more stock , so avoids annoying questions
from the cops, great work!
yeha mate thats the idea... try and keep outta trouble. havign toruble now thoughw ith the rotary lol
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fair enough,
i can understand it would be a bit tricky now!

well done anyway
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Post by insane gemini »

is it illeagle to put a weber on if not wat r the cops goin to do if it is changed
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It is illigal to drive a car that is unroadworthy. Hence you will get a canary and probably a fine and loose demerit points i would amagine.
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so u r saying a weber will make the car unroadworthy
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well, bottom line, the car was legal in its factory condition, so any mods would deem it not roadworthy, but that is pathetic, which means every one out there who has bought mags to replace there standard rims is illegal. friggin stupid IMO!
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yldgem wrote:well, bottom line, the car was legal in its factory condition, so any mods would deem it not roadworthy, but that is pathetic, which means every one out there who has bought mags to replace there standard rims is illegal. friggin stupid IMO!
yeah mate such is life. but oh well just do it and enjoy it till u get done then sigh and take it off again. thats wat everyone else does.
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i agree with you Buggzy, its just a pain when the mods you do aren't unsafe, just not "legal" in the eyes of the law, thats why im trying to go for permits so i can stik it to the cops when they pull me up.
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yldgem wrote:i agree with you Buggzy, its just a pain when the mods you do aren't unsafe, just not "legal" in the eyes of the law, thats why im trying to go for permits so i can stik it to the cops when they pull me up.
good luck getting a permit to use a weber carby?? they dont meet epa requirements so thes no way you can use one legally.
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Buggzy wrote:no way you can use one legally.
Except to move... a few thousand miles! 8)
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SoYank wrote:
Buggzy wrote:no way you can use one legally.
Except to move... a few thousand miles! 8)
Bummer for y'all
thanks for rubbing that in!!!! :twisted: :twisted:
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Post by Batty »

i cant find a place to attach a spring for the throttle bracket to recoil...
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Batty wrote:i cant find a place to attach a spring for the throttle bracket to recoil...
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use one of the holes in the top of the weber....
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Post by tidytx77 »

if you put the weber on and tune it then you hould be getting more fuel. therefore you can bump up the timing a bit more advanced. if its backfireing out the top of the carby chances are its over- retarded timing.
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