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Old 09-23-2021, 02:48 PM   #676
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My last button has been pushed. After finalising the fuel system and achieving a rock-steady 2.5 psi out of the OE in-tank transfer pump...the rear carb decided to puke again. There's nothing more I can do. The floats are already set at 15 mm, and there's a genuine weber needle valve in the leaky carb, with the proper droop setting and everything. I'm officially giving up on these chinese pieces of junk and beginning the hunt for some genuine 40s (45s are just too big for my setup/driving style). This might mean my car is done for the season though, since it would be aggravating to have to switch back to the dual ZS setup after all this work. Sigh.

1984 244/ AQ140A / M46
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