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    Re: New Store Item - Weber Adapter Plate

    Gerry,

    With properly adjusted Solex accelerator pumps, air fuel ratio will dip very low (less than 10:1 as I recall) for a second or two.

    Walt

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    Re: New Store Item - Weber Adapter Plate

    Gerry .... Yes, too rich will also cause a "flat spot" in the 2500-3000 area. This is the area of overlap between the idle jet and the main jet. I normally try a leaner idle jet first and that usually cures most of the flat spot.

    Accelerator jets are interesting, they not only provide a shot of fuel when the throttle is depressed, but they also provide some enrichment at higher revs.
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    Re: New Store Item - Weber Adapter Plate

    Quote Originally Posted by walazos View Post

    This is what my fresh motor likes
    Idle F8-45
    Main 125
    Emulsion tubes F2
    Air correction 200

    I ended at 1 3/4 to 2 turns on the mixture screws. Some of the research indicates the older Webers like to be around 2 turns. I would open the holes.
    Gerry,

    Are the details above with the club adapter plate? I had similar issues to others. I had an open adapter plate which I replaced with the club adapter plate. After that the engine would not run at all. I then went back to the open style plate. My idle jet is F8/55? It is a 55? because my mechanic was drilling the jets as he tested the new Webers, so I am not sure of the measurement.
    Other details:
    Air 180
    Emulsion Tube F11
    Main 120. Similar story here. These were also drilled so I am not sure of the actual size.

    The Webers are new and the engine was rebuilt and has 700 miles on it.

    Thanks,
    Jay Morris
    Jay Morris- Katy, TX

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    Re: New Store Item - Weber Adapter Plate

    Jay .... You might want to check your air filter. If it is very restrictive, that would cause the club plate to not work. Likewise, that would cause all of your jetting to be "very lean" to adjust to the pressure differential.

    You can buy a Weber jet gauge to measure your actual setup. (Pierce Manifolds, $34)
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    Re: New Store Item - Weber Adapter Plate

    Jay,

    Jim is correct. I tuned my Webers 3 times. Once with old adapter plates no air cleaner. When I hooked up the air cleaner the settings all changed. I ended up making the K&N modification. Second time was with old plates and new filter attached. The set up you mentioned is the final settings with air cleaner attached. I do know that the second settings went very lean when I swapped the club plates. It ran very rough until I richened it up.
    Gerry Lazo
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