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EA82 Weber No power top end
Posted 28 September 2010 - 03:03 PM
Posted 28 September 2010 - 05:28 PM
So i finally took my subie for a drive after getting everything back to gether and the weber on it It runs great, idles and rev's up really good. Everything sounds super smooth. Although, when i get it on the road and start laying into it i hit like 4000 on the tact and 35 mph's and it starts bogging out. Like its still running ok but it chokes out. If you let off it it doesn't die or anything. Anyone got any ideas? I've already replaced cap, rotor, spark plugs & wires. The Weber sat for awhile; I haven't cleaned it yet but it runs really good. It seems fine low rpm's like around my drive way.. i was thinking maybe coil? Anyone got any ideas? Thanks in advance!
Coil wont be the issue. It either works or doesnt for the most part. If its running good without laying into it its something carb related/tuning. What is your timing set at. With a weber you can run a bit more aggressive timing than stock. If i remember right an EA82 runs 20degrees stock? You can bump that up a few degrees. But before you do that go out and figure out where it bogs. You should be able to feel in the pedal when the secondary kicks open. Is that where its bogging down? If so you may have a clogged secondary jet from the carb sitting so long. Those are few things to get you started. There are other options but those are the most likely in my mind.
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