weber 32 dip, what off ?
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    weber 32 dip, what off ?

    Hi: I have just bought a Fuego with a Weber carby 32 DIP (Man choke), does anyone know ehat it might be off please.
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    Cam

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    I think that should be a 32DIR. The "R" is probably not stamped properly, so that it looks like a "P". The Weber 32DIR was the one used on the 12GL/TS. The 32DIR has very small venturis (23 and 24mm) which are ideal for sub 1500cc engines, but probably a bit small for a 2 litre.

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    Hey dave, I used to own one of those sweet little cars. French Wreckers in Manilla St Sth Bne sell a manifold for twin 45DCOE, thats a little bit nice... anyway, what i did, (because i'm poor) i drilled the jets out a little (a little too much actually) and that worked Ok

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    Hey

    Yea a mate of mine in the reno club has a pretty hot Fuego with twin dellortios. It goes pretty good. He is a Fuego freak and owns a Genuine Fuego Turbo. He reckons he's 2L with the mods is quicker then the turbo now. which is proberley right
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