View Poll Results: Stock or not?

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  • Weber Carb it!

    14 60.87%
  • Keep outa trouble. The K-jet is perfect

    9 39.13%
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Thread: Weber on a D?

  1. #41
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    Join Date:  Aug 2013

    Location:  northern az

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    needed more room for the 40ids to go through deck with 6 inch stacks


  2. #42
    Four fish Delorean ALEXAKOS's Avatar
    Join Date:  Feb 2013

    Location:  38.09080 N 23.8005 E

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    My VIN:    MMMMMCMXCII

    nice work.
    So what did you get out of that mod and what else have you added?

  3. #43
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    nada

    Quote Originally Posted by ALEXAKOS View Post
    nice work.
    So what did you get out of that mod and what else have you added?
    just trying to keep the water out just like to tinker no real direction lol

  4. #44
    Four fish Delorean ALEXAKOS's Avatar
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    hahah
    No I was asking about the webers. What HP addition did you get out of them and what other mods have you done on your engine?

  5. #45
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    Join Date:  Mar 2013

    Location:  Marion Ohio

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    My VIN:    3758

    3858 is equipped 40 ida's !!!!

    Still tuning but was driven regularly 20 yrs ago before parked. Photo is from a year ago when it was dug out of a garage. Hoping to be drivable by the time the warm weather arrives
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    Senior Member BABIS's Avatar
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    My VIN:    4502

    Quote Originally Posted by dmc3758 View Post
    Still tuning but was driven regularly 20 yrs ago before parked. Photo is from a year ago when it was dug out of a garage. Hoping to be drivable by the time the warm weather arrives
    awesome setup! you should add a Volvo ignition distributor and a free flow exhaust and you will have a nice beast to ride
    VIN 4502

  7. #47
    Car Fanatic. Technical Novice. pezzonovante88's Avatar
    Join Date:  Nov 2011

    Location:  Near Toronto, ON

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    My VIN:    Previous Owner of 5875

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    Quote Originally Posted by dmc3758 View Post
    Still tuning but was driven regularly 20 yrs ago before parked. Photo is from a year ago when it was dug out of a garage. Hoping to be drivable by the time the warm weather arrives
    Very cool. Keep us posted!
    Previous Owner of 5875 - 1981/Grey/5-Speed/Grooved Hood

  8. #48
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    Quote Originally Posted by pezzonovante88 View Post
    Very cool. Keep us posted!
    I have a 350 cfm holley on my vin 3145 and I am very happy with the performance. The intake is from a peugeot 605 with the front one barrel blocked off. the ppl at national carb rebuilders said I didn't need anything bigger.

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