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CD's Weber 32/36 Tuning Prescription - Float Adjustment

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FLOAT LEVEL - DGV / IDF / DCOE / DCNF / IDE-XE

The float level is a critical part of carburetor calibration. Changing the fuel level in the bowl will change the point that the main circuit starts to feed, alter the characteristics of an emulsion tube, and affect drivability and fuel consumption.

GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS: Float level, in mm, typically refers to the distance from the face of the carburetor top cover to the float. With the top cover held vertically (float pivot at the top) and the float tab (Lc) resting against, but not depressing the spring loaded ball in the needle valve, measure between the face of the carburetor top cover to the top or bottom of the float. On carburetor models where it is required to remove the float to replace the top cover gasket, the measurement should be made with the gasket in place to the gasket face.

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in your 'prescription' faq, just above the jets to use, you say to adjust float to 40mm. i assume this is for brass float, and since mine is plastic, i should adjust to 35mm as per the weber drawing.

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