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Dual DCOE 40's for a Stock 1975 2002


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Toby +1.
 

And FWIW, DCOEs are not temperamental (tune, set and forget). They don’t wander, or vary, or change from one instant/condition to the next. Where any difficulty (with a quality Weber) lies, it’s with that first step…and a good linkage.

 

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43 minutes ago, Labphoto said:

The Weber 32/36 was supposedly setup for the Denver area, maybe I need to re-jet for Phœnix?

Denver's altitude is about 5300 feet; what's Phoenix's?  Unless it's close to that, you probably need to re-jet to a richer mixture to take advantage of the thicker air at the lower altitude.  

 

And those twin DCOEs aren't the best choice for a stock engine mated to an automatic...

 

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15 minutes ago, Mike Self said:

Denver's altitude is about 5300 feet; what's Phoenix's?  Unless it's close to that, you probably need to re-jet to a richer mixture to take advantage of the thicker air at the lower altitude.  

 

And those twin DCOEs aren't the best choice for a stock engine mated to an automatic...

 

mike

1086 feet above mean sea level, Sir

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