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Weber Carbs Annotated

Since I mis-identified a screw in my other thread on Webers, I gave myself a "homework" assignment of reviewing exactly what screw is what.

Here's the exam: how did I do? In particular, if any of these items goes by a particular name, let me know-- we all want to use exactly the same terms in describing things. I tried to base this off what the Factory said in the original Weber manual but that can be a bit clunky at times as it's a translation.

The best single thread so far on Webers, by the way, is this one:

my 66 911 has rough idle and runs rough (need help...)

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Old 09-27-2007, 06:47 AM
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Looks like 100% to me.

BTW, I used regular aircraft lock wire for the "VF". It's been on there for 7 years & still looks good enuff to go on them pretty carbs of yours.
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John you are one anal SOB.

But.....those carbs sure are pretty!
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hey john, your far right side "MJ" is missing. Just wanted you to know before someone swept the kitchen floor and might toss out a needed part!! ;-)

Looks great by the way!!
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Hey tweaks,
How many main jets on your carb? I see 3 on John's carb.
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Gotta love it when another guy puts his favourite parts on the kitchen counter, especially when it is the same granite I have in my kitchen (which has seen plenty of parts....)

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hey 2.7Racer... I dont have any carbs so I dont know how many "MJ" I have... actually I do know, it is zero!
I actually know little about carbs, I was just trying to make a funny to John... all in good fun
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Nice diagram John,

What is inside the fuel bowls? On the bottom there are some jet type things and I can't find that info.

Another labeled pic would be great
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