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The Final Solution... Maybe

So I am in the final stages of setting up my 914-6 conversion project with a 1982 SC 3.0 with a grind from Webcam (20/21) set at 1.9-2.2mm with .1mm lash / lobe center on intake is 1143 degrees and 112 on exhaust /

I hae a nice set of 914-6 Weber 40's very clean with new rebuild kits installed.

My question is this: What is the best combo of jets, venturi's, and other internals for initial warm up and run-in? Now is the time for me to start on the right foot / I can re-tune later but initially, I would like the best chance of a running engine to break in and check all oil cooler lines etc.

Any thoughts for experience would be greatly appreciated.

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Uh...perhaps a poor choice of a title for this thread?
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Not a good choice of words
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A bit like referring to the SCCA finals as the master race.

I can't help with the jetting though.
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Not an expert by any means but you could start with either 36 or 38 venturies, 160 mains, 185 air, F16 e tubes for starters. Maybe keep 150 mains on hand along with F11 e tubes as well.
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Not a good choice of words


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thanx tito i did not want to be so strait ..so i took off my comment..
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