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  • #321 Reply

    Auctoritas

    Looking for a carb. Kit for my suzuki sj 413 from 1985
    You got 2 different in the shop
    What is the right one ?
    And what is the difference
    Betwen them ?

    And do i need that elektrik valve that i found at the shop for that carburator

  • #322 Reply

    ClassicCarbs
    Keymaster

    Hello,

    This is the plain weber kit (No snorkel kit):
    https://classiccarbs.co.uk/product/weber-3236-dgv-carburettorcarb-conversion-kit-suzuki-413-samuraisantana-1342cc

    If you want snorkel included, order this:
    https://classiccarbs.co.uk/product/18870-990-weber-32-36-dgv-suzuki-samurai-1-3-sj413

    Snorkel kit is good if you are serious about off-road in the deep water.

    Both kits above, are manual-choke type, no electrics required.

    Let me know if you want any help or more information.

    Thanks,

    Emmanuel

  • #326 Reply

    Auctoritas

    I prefer the plain weber kit to keep the stock airbox
    But for that ill need that weber to suzuki Adapter thats currently not in stock
    Do you have a idea when youget it back in stock again

  • #329 Reply

    ClassicCarbs
    Keymaster

    OK.

    We have updated the air filter adaptor stock today.

    They are actually in stock now:

    WEBER DGV/DGAV CARBURETTOR AIR FILTER ADAPTOR SUZUKI 413 SAMURAI/SANTANA

    Thanks,

    Emmanuel

  • #331 Reply

    Auctoritas

    Oh
    To late
    I bought the snorkel kit now
    I think / hope it adapt to the stock airbox too ???

  • #333 Reply

    ClassicCarbs
    Keymaster

    Hi,

    No, if you want to retain the original airbox, you will need the adaptor piece.

    Thanks,

    Emmanuel

  • #347 Reply

    Auctoritas

    Is the solenoid valve for that carburator avilable

  • #350 Reply

    ClassicCarbs
    Keymaster

    The solenoid is only suitable for the DGAV, not the DGV

    Thanks,

    Emmanuel

  • #362 Reply

    Auctoritas

    So last question 😀

    I ordered a filterking adjustable pressure regulator
    So what is the ideal fuel pressure for the dgv 32-36
    Dont find anithing in the paperwork

  • #363 Reply

    ClassicCarbs
    Keymaster

    No problem 🙂

    2-3 psi for all weber carburettors.

    So, set it about 2.5 psi and it should be OK..

    Remind me, which pump are you using?

    Thanks,

    Emmanuel

  • #370 Reply

    Auctoritas

    Iam using the stock suzuki pump at the engine (driven by the engine)

  • #373 Reply

    ClassicCarbs
    Keymaster

    I see.. I don’t know the pressure from this.

    Are you getting fuel leaks?

    Emmanuel

  • #389 Reply

    Auctoritas

    no
    no Fuel Leaks so far

  • #436 Reply

    Auctoritas

    Hello

    At therme Moment i göttin a News Problem
    The car/Engine stalls if i drive up hill

  • #439 Reply

    ClassicCarbs
    Keymaster

    Change the float level to 14mm and drop the needle valve to 175

    We do this for an Italian customer who supplies an off road series and it works a treat

  • #457 Reply

    Auctoritas

    Hello

    iam on a full rebuild on my car at the moment so the carburator is not running now

    but after iam finished i wanna do the rekomendet changes

    so what do i need for that
    and how is it done

    can you help me please or provide me some paperwork for that

    thank you

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