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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

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