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Thread: 2nd & 3rd GEN ACCORD WEBER 32/36 & 38 HELP

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    I had the same problem, until Phydeaux showed his formula for distance from the throttle cable shaft. First, find out how much travel you have in your cable, from the pedal up to the pedal down(on the floor). Put that length in this formula:

    Radius =Square root of (Cable length measured) divided by 2.

    Basically divide the cable length measure by 2 and find the square root of that. And that is the distance you should be around the throttle shaft on the weber. You might find the pre drill holes on the weber are to far, mine were, and you would have to drill in a hole on your own for the proper distance. But this is the way I found I can get WOT all the time on my car.

    Also, make sure the cable is pulling in a straight line to prevent binding.

    By the way, I found my distance from the throttle shaft is around 2.4 cm or 24mm.


    Let me know if you have any questions.
    Last edited by CARBurn; 09-01-2002 at 10:45 PM.
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    hey thanx

    i might need some more help/suggestions, but thanx for the start. Any one know what to do with that large metal piping assembly behind the carb, is that stayin or going?

    Carburn you live in DE? we should meet up some time if i ever get this damn carb running
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    PS don't do this with the manifold on the motor!
    I know that sounds stupid but when you're modding your car sometimes you get caught up in the moment and forget shit.
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    if someone could help me i have some questions about the weber carb. my email address is JcbigpimpinC@yahoo.com
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    Me and CARBurn had a very spirited conversation about them a couple months ago. If someone could find that post, I think it would help you out.

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    cfm on weber carbs

    hey guys,
    does anyone knows how much cfm is weber carb 32/36 and 38?
    thanks.
    Alex.

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    Here is that thread if you wanna read:

    https://www.3geez.com/showthread.php?...ighlight=weber

    Hope that helps. Any other questions feel free to ask.
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    Question weber carb

    yeah so can some onw help me out and tell me how much a weber carb will help me out??? how much hp will i gain from 1?? i dont really feel like shelling out like 400.00 and it not really do shit. man i cant wait for my pulleys to get here!!!!!

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    this is kinda off the topic of the post but don't forget to tell us if you notice a difference after the pullies.

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    If this is gonna cost you $300, why don't you think about going dual sidedrafts (like Phydeaux, do a search for his posts on it). A dual sidedraft conversion can be done for around $500, I think. At least that's what I think my total will be on it. I do a lot of research, take my time and find the right connections when I buy, though. Phydeaux has his car running the 1/4 in the high 15 sec range with his Weber DCOEs. That is a massive performance gain. With sidedrafts, each cylinder gets it's own carb barrel. It's kinda like quad throttle bodies on 4 cyl EFI cars. If you're willing to put some time into it, you should check it out!
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    thanx for the info. man im thinking it might just be more fun to get some zex......the carb sounds like alotta trouble and very costly, im just looking for alotta extra hp really quick and cheaply.i can get the full system hooked up and a full tank for like 450.00. i will be sure to let you know how the pulleys work. i looking into some bullfrog cams and a few other things so i can build up and not fuck my car up with zex.

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    That's cool. From what I've read, if I go nitrous I'll probably give Zex a try, too. I like the whole feature about the system controlling itself, opening up at full throttle, controlled by and ECU-like feature. Just sounds safer. I'm anxious to hear about the pulleys!
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    if i get zex im boost at 45 to 50. i want a button though none of the system control stuff. want to be able to shoot it in lower gears.

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    i might look into a weber, but i need to do some more stuff to my car before i get any high performance parts like boost or a weber carb.

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    ok well the throttle linkage problem is on the back burner for now, because the car wont even run, we started it for 30seconds and it started no prob, then it started spewing white smoke, no good, now no start, we still get a spark, but i have no idea why it wont start, any help would be great.
    also carburn you live in DE where at? drop me a line
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    Can some 1 please tell me what a weber is... I'm knew at what it is, I know it's a stupid question considering a good majority of you know what it is, but some one please teach me some of your knowledge of what exactly what it is and what it does.... Thanks guy's... Lataz :-)
    I will alwayz drive my 3rd gen Accord, ya'll will neva c me driving a 4 door Ford.. lol

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    ok heres a better description of the problem, the car is running rediculously rich, because it keeps flooding, we removed a spark plug and there was gas in there, it was soaked, possibly one of the vaccuum lines isnt working right or somethin, im pretty lost, try to gimme a hand
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    Re: IS There a howto on installing the weber?

    Originally posted by chronicsinners
    if not there should be, let me know thanx
    Have you PM Phydeaux? He was really helpful as well, when I did the Weber Conversion.
    Carl

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    weber install q's

    1) The vacuum advance line goes from the back of the carb to where? there are 2 lines on the distributor, one closer to the front and one slightly back

    2)Did you guys hook up the vapor canister?

    more to come im sure...
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    yeah, you can see the diff.
    man i wish honda had webers stock.
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    what are you doing with keihin carb?
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    when you removed your vacuum lines, did you nottice any power gain or better performance?
    i am just curious.
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    you can plug letter A, dont know about the others

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    well aurodeckUK and I have been taling about, he is going to take some pictures of his spare carb with vacuum lines on it, plus he will help me to wire everything, so i will have something close as he has or even less vacuum hoses.
    thanks for the info. i will use it to compare with paul's info.
    oh, the other thing, how do you remove the heater plate?
    what about coolant line that goes to carb what should i do with it?
    thanks.
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    Another weber for comparison - LOL.
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