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Jetting for a DFEV weber

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#1 djellum


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Posted 25 August 2012 - 01:05 PM


Anyone ever played with the jets on a DFEV weber? I just got one for $25 in good shape so I figured I would go ahead and run with it since I have a power steering EA82 and value mileage over power. It came off of a volkswagon, but no idea if it ran right or not.

I have read that since the other carb internals are smaller than the DGV you have to use different jets, but theres no ballpark range that I can find for a starting point.

Anyone know what jets to start with, or have a method for calculating the jet size from other measurements?

I have read through all the weber articles and didnt find it.

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