Webber swap 84 1.9

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Webber swap 84 1.9

Postby Osu00 » Tue Jul 09, 2019 8:13 am

I am at my ropes end trying to get the stock carb to run right. The air pump does nothing but rob power no suck or push air, the couple vac system components ( plastic housings on fender) are cracked or plugged up so they do not work. I have removed the offending parts and plugged the vac lines so it will run but I am sure that the secondary will not open as it is almost impossible to get it over 50 mph. So I believe it’s off to a Webber, is this a straight forward swap? I am looking at the parts geek site 32-36 Webber?

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Re: Webber swap 84 1.9

Postby oldestisuzuist » Tue Jul 09, 2019 9:52 pm

Kit K696 from Redline should be what you want. Shop around for the cheapest price, here's an example https://www.ebay.com/itm/Isuzu-Pickup-T ... SwD39ackiw
See this link https://www.planetisuzoo.com/viewtopic. ... 5#p5476445 for a kit to plug all the smog fittings.
FYI the difference in Weber kits for Isuzus is in the linkage, the carbs & adapters are all the same.
You may find the best linkage setup is to swap your stock bellcrank onto the Weber, it allows the accelerator cable to pull at a more normal angle than the Weber parts.
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