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#1 bigjim5551212

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Posted 19 January 2006 - 10:26 PM

1)There are several adaptor plates for the EA82 that can be used. Has anyone used the "datsun" thin adaptor, redline 99004.300 ?

2)Is there water coming to the carburetor from the Manifold? Will this have to be blocked

#2 pyromanic

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Posted 20 January 2006 - 11:16 AM

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1)There are several adaptor plates for the EA82 that can be used. Has anyone used the "datsun" thin adaptor, redline 99004.300 ?

2)Is there water coming to the carburetor from the Manifold? Will this have to be blocked



1) Don't know, sorry.

2) Yes.

#3 hatchsub

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Posted 20 January 2006 - 11:44 AM

1). Dont know either.
2). yes there is a coolant line that runs to the base of the carb. It come up through the manifold from a rubber hose. You'll see it if you look at the manifold. If the Weber doesnt need this line then just block off the coolant line.

#4 CHIM

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Posted 20 January 2006 - 04:01 PM

The water line was nessasary for me when winter hit, my weber liked to freeze up till i hooked that water line back up, kept it warm as to not freeze.


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#5 CHIM

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Posted 20 January 2006 - 04:06 PM

1)There are several adaptor plates for the EA82 that can be used. Has anyone used the "datsun" thin adaptor, redline 99004.300 ?

2)Is there water coming to the carburetor from the Manifold? Will this have to be blocked


is that adapter made for the 32/36 dgev carb?
Is they where the same as the subaru's they should have been the same part number, I would recomend using the block made for subaru, there has to be a difference or they woulnd't have made them aplication specific and would be same part numbers.

EA-82# 99004-731
EA-81/71# 99004-110

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