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Old May 13th, 2012, 10:46 AM
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Weber 2BBL Carb Set Up?

Anyone have any photos showing lines and hoses for the Weber 2bl set up?

I've got a cover for the filter with and without a hole at the top for a hose (assume for crankcase air)

What happens to the hose from the air cleaner?

Thx

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There are a few different version of that carb. I had the kind with the mechanical choke. If I understand your post correctly then you have a K&N style filter. I didn't have a hole in mine and eventually ditched the k&n in favor of this thing http://www.piercemanifolds.com/Photo...de=99217%2E090

Its a plenum that lets you use the stock oil bath filter. My truck liked it much better than the k&n. I dont remember my jetting anymore and sold the pierce manifold carb plenum setup when I decided to do my engine swap project. Sorry no pics. Pierce manifolds has a bunch of info on their site and generally were willing to help over the phone too.

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Thanks! I'll take a look at that; looks right. I've got the 32/36 DGV 5A
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There are a few different version of that carb. I had the kind with the mechanical choke. If I understand your post correctly then you have a K&N style filter. I didn't have a hole in mine and eventually ditched the k&n in favor of this thing http://www.piercemanifolds.com/Photo...de=99217%2E090

Its a plenum that lets you use the stock oil bath filter. My truck liked it much better than the k&n. I dont remember my jetting anymore and sold the pierce manifold carb plenum setup when I decided to do my engine swap project. Sorry no pics. Pierce manifolds has a bunch of info on their site and generally were willing to help over the phone too.

Daniel
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Thanks I was looking for just this part.
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Found that 'snorkel' air filter here:

http://www.carburetion.com/Weber/weberpartsair.asp

looks like a better deal than pierce website with more goodies.

great site btw for tuning the weber 2bbl
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Found that 'snorkel' air filter here:

http://www.carburetion.com/Weber/weberpartsair.asp

looks like a better deal than pierce website with more goodies.

great site btw for tuning the weber 2bbl
I already ordered the Pierce last night.

I'll pull my old rusty oil bath air cleaner out, sand blast it, and powder coat it.

Now what color should it be?...Chrome?, Black, Red, Gun Metal gray? what do you think!
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Black!
I will take pic's tomorrow of the rusty air cleaner, I'll clean them and powder coat them and take finished pic's.

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You doing the powder coating yourself?

If so, what are you using? I'm thinking of pulling the trigger on Eastwood's stuff but haven't looked at any competitive products.....
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You doing the powder coating yourself?

If so, what are you using? I'm thinking of pulling the trigger on Eastwood's stuff but haven't looked at any competitive products.....
Computer's Suck! I wrote you a long reply and it dumped it!

Yes I have a nice gun, but the one you get at Harbor Freight (HF) works pretty good, I use both Eastwood and HF powders, I would like to find better powders that don't fade.

I got an almost new oven on ebay 5-6 years ago, 6'h x 6'w x 4'd for about $2,700.00 Eastwood sells them for about $8,500.00, I got a good deal on ebay.

If you are doing small parts, just get an old kitchen oven and a HF gun and go for it.
Tip of the day; make sure your parts are CLEAN!
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Yep that's the plan-small parts and no fancy oven!
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Yep that's the plan-small parts and no fancy oven!
I don't have time this week, but as soon as I coat the parts I'll post them.

Have a great weekend.
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Yep that's the plan-small parts and no fancy oven!
Well here you go, I went out back found my Air Cleaner, media blasted it, cleaned it, Powder coated it. I used Poly black and single stage Chrome with two coats of Clear.
When you Clear coat the single stage Chrome it turns it silver gray. here's some Pic's
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Anyone have any photos showing lines and hoses for the Weber 2bl set up?

I've got a cover for the filter with and without a hole at the top for a hose (assume for crankcase air)

What happens to the hose from the air cleaner?

Thx

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I just rebuilt my weber today! I took some pic's before I took it off. and here is my new Air horn and my old Air Cleaner I just Powder coated.
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Nice work!

I need to do the same (only I need to source an original air cleaner) and get the snorkel set up.

BTW, what size line from fuel pump to carb? What in line filter are you using?

Thanks again!
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Nice work!

I need to do the same (only I need to source an original air cleaner) and get the snorkel set up.

BTW, what size line from fuel pump to carb? What in line filter are you using?

Thanks again!
Mr. Rodgers above sent this link http://www.piercemanifolds.com/Photo...de=99217%2E090
If you look at the last picture it shows the part next to the Air Cleaner (AC) and the air tube from your AC will fit perfect. I used 1/4" to go over the hard plastic line and to the inlet of my fuel filter and then from the filter to the carb.
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Nice work!

I need to do the same (only I need to source an original air cleaner) and get the snorkel set up.

BTW, what size line from fuel pump to carb? What in line filter are you using?

Thanks again!
I've got a couple oil bath air cleaners if you need one.

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I've got a couple oil bath air cleaners if you need one.

Daniel.
I do; mine came with without one. Thx!
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Here is the air cleaner. Sorry to op for hijacking this thread. Anyone know how to post pics in a pm using forum runner?

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Here is the air cleaner. Sorry to op for hijacking this thread. Anyone know how to post pics in a pm using forum runner?

Daniel
Works for me! Thanks Daniel.
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