Hi! I think that I have a Li´l Update to this Thread:
Do you remember that the original Subaru bolts, on the Intake Manifold that sustained in place the original craptachi carb, (About 1/4" - 6mm) did went too loose to sustain the first of the two adaptor plates of the Weber 32/36 firmly on the intake?
That issue with the time, did end on the situation of the engine breathing from UNDER the Carb... specially when engine is at normal temperature of use.
I did noticed it because when the engine got hotter, the idle speed became more higher... from 700 RPM´s (Cool) to 1,500 RPM´s (Hot). So I did sprayed Carb. Cleaner around the weber, and detected that the thin Subaru Bolts, didn´t catch the first plate correctly; specially because the wide of the first plate adaptor holes, that are about 5/16" (8mm)... This situation did ended with a "Dancing" Weber on my Engine... movin´ with my hands about 3/16" side by side... Enough to make air get in...
This Pics, Shows how the Intake Originally was:
So I did take it off to see how I can fix this odd situation permanently, Specially due to the Fact that here, I drive mostly in Dusty (I Mean VERY Dusty) Roads (Muddy when it Rains...) See this Pic:
I did sent the Intake to a Friend, who works at a industrial metalworks factory, where I asked him to remake the Original Subie threads, to fit the Weber adaptor Original Screws (From about 1/4" to about 5/16" - 6mm to 8mm)
also I asked him to restore the flatness of the Intake.
See this pics:
Here, you can see how the Weber Screws did fit perfectly on the Subie´s Intake:
And how was the Reinstall procedure was Done, with the Weber Screws, that are designed to match perfectly the First Plate of the Weber Adaptor, First:
Then, the second plate:
And Then, the Carb, I have done a little modification to it, due the fact that the Choke did hit the Power Steering Pump, but here in the Tropic, we don´t need a choke, never. Also I did install on it the original Subaru´s Accelerator Cable Plate (Taken From the Craptachi) plus the part of it that works with the Air Conditioner Accelerator Activator, that works great too... See:
So All did End in this Way :
(Yes: Those are my Own Bare Hands )
So, I did this post as a complementary of the last ones on this thread; just as a second part of the Story... but I did it Just for Help. I think that this maybe can help at least with Ideas to all of you in the same situation.
Thank you all...