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Re: Weber 22R Carb Tech [Re: kewlynx] #915405
11/25/14 06:51 PM
11/25/14 06:51 PM
4Crawler  Offline
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Joined: Jan 2000
Posts: 12,152
N. California. USA *****
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Yepper. For you **22R** Weber-heads out there. Here's your archival thread, or better yet, write an article for the 4x4portal!!

http://www.4x4wire.com/index.php?op...w=section&id=3&Itemid=74


Yes I know, an old thread. But the above link seems to no longer work:

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View not found [name, type, prefix]: section, html, contentView
Oh My Gosh! You Found It!!!
Looks like the page you're trying to visit doesn't exist.


Is there an updated location?

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Re: Weber 22R Carb Tech [Re: 4Crawler] #915406
11/26/14 05:26 PM
11/26/14 05:26 PM
ArbitraryNotion  Offline
Body Damage is Cool
Joined: Jul 2002
Posts: 1,399
Flagstaff, AZ
Good Morning smile

Any specific questions? I rebuilt my 38dges on Sunday.

Josh


1986 Toyota 4x4 22wEBer
Ported EB Offroad H/O Head "Josh Cam"
Ported Intake & Weber38mm Carb
LCE Header & 2.25in Exhaust
RB 1" BL, RS5000, SAW Tbars

2011 FJ Cruiser - SOLD
Re: Weber 22R Carb Tech [Re: ArbitraryNotion] #915407
11/27/14 04:23 AM
11/27/14 04:23 AM
4Crawler  Offline
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Posts: 12,152
N. California. USA *****
Just had someone ask me a Weber carb question and I referred them to this thread, but the main link seems to be dead. If there is an updated location, would be good to add to the thread.

Re: Weber 22R Carb Tech [Re: 4Crawler] #915408
04/18/15 12:19 AM
04/18/15 12:19 AM
ArbitraryNotion  Offline
Body Damage is Cool
Joined: Jul 2002
Posts: 1,399
Flagstaff, AZ
Still alot of good info on:

http://www.racetep.com/webtechpage.html

It's also where I bought my kit <img src="/forums/images/graemlins/cheers.gif" alt="" />


1986 Toyota 4x4 22wEBer
Ported EB Offroad H/O Head "Josh Cam"
Ported Intake & Weber38mm Carb
LCE Header & 2.25in Exhaust
RB 1" BL, RS5000, SAW Tbars

2011 FJ Cruiser - SOLD
Re: Weber 22R Carb Tech [Re: ArbitraryNotion] #1102869
01/27/17 05:22 PM
01/27/17 05:22 PM
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Lha1988  Offline
Need a Spot
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Posts: 17
Tennessee
I got my Weber after considering a manifold for 4 Mikuni carbs which I just happen to have from my hobby of rebuilding motorcycles. I had an old Alfa Romeo that had been altered for 4 Webers,and it was a pain to synchronize them. The Weber works great and gets better gas mileage.

Last edited by Lha1988; 01/27/17 05:23 PM.
Re: Weber 22R Carb Tech [Re: kewlynx] #1103570
06/26/17 09:02 PM
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Posts: 2
Anchorage, Alaska, Earth
Electric fuel pumps push better than they pull. Mount pump near the tank down on its level, the gravity siphon will help fuel flow.

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