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    ok so i just came back from the junk yard and i found the webber 2 barrel i wanted now its all about a re-build kit and any sujjestion from you guys. is their anything i have to know about thisw carberator and my car. ( 63 straight 6, 170 ohv not sure if it's 2.0 or 2.8) will i need to change the jets in the carb, anything you guys can think of would be helpful. thanks

    cosmo

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    Is that the Holley-Weber progressive two-barrel as used on Pintos and some other cars? They are a good carb, built by Holley using a Weber design under licence, IIRC. I put one on a Volvo B20 engine years ago, using a home-made manifold.

    It would be a good carb for a Stude six, but I think you'd have to rework the carb flange on the manifold to take fullest advantage of it.

    Gord Richmond, within Weasel range of the Alberta Badlands
    Gord Richmond, within Weasel range of the Alberta Badlands

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      yes that is the carb i got. whats the carb flang on the manifold? if that has to do with the intake manifold i've got an adaptor coming in today. the only problem i forsee is the throttle linkage but i might have an idea for that.

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