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Porsche Crest Weber 34 ICT

I have a 72' 1.7 with the progressive Weber on it. I really dont like it. I have some 34 ICT I got for my 64 VW that I never used. Would they work better on the 914 than the progressive. If so any body got manifolds for them.
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Hey JJ
I had the same thing - 1.7 with dual ICTs - car ran great with 'em and got great mileage. Easy to tune too.
I say use the lil' stinkers if you got them already.
No helpy on the intakes from me though, but someone else probably has a set lying around.......
Anyone? Anyone? Beuller?
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Porsche Crest

Thanks for the info, could you tell me how the ICTs work in the cold and warming up seems they have no choke. Thanks Again
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Hey again - - - - -
Yeah, no choke, boooo. Oh well, I used to just pump the pedal a bit till it fired, then kept feathering it lightly 'till it idled on it's own - usually only a minute or two, then I let it idle for a few minutes before driving it. I never drove it in the winter though - only until october or so.
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My opinion is that the progressive will be superior
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nah, the progressives freeze and always run crappy. The 34 ICTs are alittle small but will work fine.

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I have gotten the Weber to work well it just takes a few steps.
Read this.
http://www.thesamba.com/vw/forum/viewtopic.php?t=88468
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my 34 icts I had on my bug were really good. It was only a 1600 but they were really good carbs.
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