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Originally posted by jluetjen
It's an easy change to make while you're on the dyno.
I think you have to take the top of the carbs off, and remove the aux venturie to change the chockes on Webers. I've never been able to do that quickly, and I'm too cheap to do that while on the clock at a dyno.

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Old 11-15-2004, 05:27 PM
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