I've had lots of problems.. at the moment it's the loss of power under load...
I took the air filter off and the problem disappeared! So maybe that's part of the problem. My question is: what problems would be encountered if I removed the standard air box and replace it with a pod filter (as these can be brought cheaper!).
This seems to be a common performance enhancement on many other cars, however I have read on this thread that the air warmer is necessary to stop the carb icing. Does this apply to the weber, because I can't really see a reason why you should get icing (it's hot, the fuel and air vapour aren't under compression so there's no endothermic expansion). I can understand why the air warmer is neccasy for cold starting etc...
Does anyone else have experience with this.
Also there are a couple of extra tubes on the top of the air filter pod, what do these do?