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Converting from EFI to Triple Weber setup

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Have not regretted this for a moment - Expensive though...            Aug '76 359550   280     bored - stroked - 10.5/1     New (Spanish) Webers  44 s

 

Remove:  fuel pump - pulse dampener - filter -  all fuel distribution lines in engine bay - bosch FI  computer and harness at LH footwell -

 

Retain: Steel back to front fuel line.

 

Unused: Fuel return line (cap off)

 

New: Fuel Pump - buy a good quite low pressure unit... / Wiring ( with some form of auto shut-off, in the event of an accident )  - fuel filter - pressure regulator -

                  engine bay braided hose & AN fittings for distribution to  banjo fittings - Webers - rebuilt and cleaned - even new ones -  the correct size for your specific engine build -                  linkage mechanisms - velocity stacks  -    air filter (s) -     header heat shield   -   

                 -  an old Weber   expert          for tuning...

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3 hours ago, 280zzzzz said:

Have not regretted this for a moment - Expensive though...            Aug '76 359550   280     bored - stroked - 10.5/1     New (Spanish) Webers  44 s

 

Remove:  fuel pump - pulse dampener - filter -  all fuel distribution lines in engine bay - bosch FI  computer and harness at LH footwell -

 

Retain: Steel back to front fuel line.

 

Unused: Fuel return line (cap off)

 

New: Fuel Pump - buy a good quite low pressure unit... / Wiring ( with some form of auto shut-off, in the event of an accident )  - fuel filter - pressure regulator -

                  engine bay braided hose & AN fittings for distribution to  banjo fittings - Webers - rebuilt and cleaned - even new ones -  the correct size for your specific engine build -                  linkage mechanisms - velocity stacks  -    air filter (s) -     header heat shield   -   

                 -  an old Weber   expert          for tuning...

IMG_0098.JPG

Looks Rad man...Oh your a local Vancouver guy. Good to see some local s30s.

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