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Darren2030

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Hi

Could anyone plz advise me on the float level setting on these carbs I’ve read 8mm and 5.5mm etc which I think eurocarb set them at and also the correct fuel pressure they are supposed to be at is it 2.1? I’ve got a mechanical fuel pump and a sp 1641 engine, I’ve had them jetted 145 mains 165 air 55 standard idles 150 float jets and f6 emulsions sound about right do ya reckon? thanks in advance,

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That’s great thank you mate I will pm you my email address and take a look at the guide, did you change you float levels at all or did you leave them as they came? I only ask cus my r/h carb leaked fuel from the bottom until I altered the float level!?

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By trial and error I found that this works for Weber ICT 34s on a 1600/1641 engine.

idle jet 55
main jet 150
air corrector jet 170
emulsion tubes F3/F6
needle valve 125-140

If you pm me your e-mail, I can send Punnet's guide to setting up ICTs.
Sorry for the thread hijacking... in your experience, what would you use on a 1700cc engine?
 

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Buy a wideband gauge or take it a rolling road, cut out the guess work and get it dialled in properly. Don’t pay any attention to the bollocks that idiot way out westy posts either.
 

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Yeh got the bus booked in next Friday on a rolling road mate want it running sweet with no problems…I am a bit pissed off eurocarb told me to look on his website for jet guidance thou!
 

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