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Posted 22 September 2013 - 12:16 PM
Best choice might be a 28/36 DCD. Over carburation will hurt you a lot more than under...
Posted 22 September 2013 - 01:27 PM
The Synchronous 38/38 DGAS Weber ... take a look at the Linkage between both Stages, behind the acceleration plate: If Both Butterflies moves at the same time, all the time the Throttle position moves, it is a 38/38 DGAS (or bigger numbered, like the 48, etc...), But if one stage opens after the other have reached already half way open, then it is a Progressive Weber, such like the popular 32/36 DEGV.
The Synchronous Webers, such like the 38/38 DGAS are more used to Racing purposes due to the Higher Fuel usage (Both Huge Jets opens at the Same Time), and thus means that if you use a Car with such kind of carb as daily driver, it will be a Gas guzzler, compared to the Progressive Webers, like the 32/36 where you commute with only one stage (with Small Jetting), usually; and the High stage (with Bigger Jetting) is used during deep acceleration only.
If the 38/38 DGAS has the Same Base than the 32/36 DEGV (And I'm almost sure that is the Case) you can use a Redline adapter plate to put it on the Subaru's intake manifold.
Posted 22 September 2013 - 01:35 PM
Posted 22 September 2013 - 01:50 PM
If the Hitachi Carb is bad and you put a 38/38 Weber, well tuned for your Subaru's engine, obviously yes, you'll notice a Huge improvement and an increased gas consumption, but how much increase it will depend on how floored you trend to drive.
Nothing can beat a Good Ol' Boxer Rumble Sound thru a Full Throttle weber carb ... ...
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