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Thread: Weber setup for 1970 2.2L 911-T

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    Weber setup for 1970 2.2L 911-T

    Need recommendation to the correct jets/etc. for taking a 40 IDA from a 2.0L 911-S to my stock/street 2.2L 911-T. What needs to be changed, if anything. Would appreciate advise to the standard or recommended settings. Thanks!

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    Never mind. The need has past. I called a shop and they helped me out. I'll try not clutter your board with requests for help. That way ya'll can discuss donkeys and institutions of higher learning and such. HHHMMM! Ya'll be good now!

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    Roland Kunz

    Weber setup


    I think Bruce Anderson covered that in his Performance Book.

    Yet also PMO in L.A. are a good source to ask for assistance. At least they cover al spares needed ( most from them improved over original stuff ).

    You also can rebuild it to 911T specs witch is changing the intake runner in the carb and rejetting to T specs. and then start from there to optimize.

    I think Porsche had specs to retrofit the Zeniths with Webers, will ask around.

    Runing stock S carbs would also work but the T will not run like a good T can run. Jeting can be made with the carbs on the car but remeber that brass isn´t magnetic.


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