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    "Real weber?"

    Can someone please tell me where to get a real weber. Done made an ebay mistake, and really don't want to make another.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kla94 View Post
    Can someone please tell me where to get a real weber. Done made an ebay mistake, and really don't want to make another.
    Got mine from JCWhitney as a conversion kit, and it is Genuine "Made in Spain." But they appear to have pulled it from their product line. I'm not sure if they sell from their site, but you can call Redline Weber to find authorized dealers. There number is at the bottom of the page linked here.

    Hope this helps

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    Thanks Ram50. I checked out the website but no matches. I'll try the phone number. Thanks for the help.

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    Order from Pierce Manifolds out of Gilroy, CA.

    Pegasus has an uber-rare air horn for them.

    https://www.pegasusautoracing.com/pr...asp?RecID=1254

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    ouch that is pricey - not worth it for the performance gains and loss of choke. You can do better with the taller air cleaner for the 32/36 weber - its only 30-40 and straightens out airflow into the carb over the air filter that comes with the weber conversion.
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    But the horns look cool, don't they? That's worth three bills.

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    Horns look cool, but you can have a shop make those for less money then they sell them. Price is very high, same as another 32/36 would cost to buy.

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    kinda an intake hi-rise adapter for the weber 32/36
    Only $24.95

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    Got a link? That's the same idea as a throttle body spacer right? Might move the power band down a bit?

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    Thats a transdapt adaptor that works as a spacer, or a copy of one. It will add volume, and give a ram air effect - not sure about the change in the power band though.
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    Ok guys, still trying to figure out the forum here. Just to be clear, I'm fixing to order another weber, and want to get the original this time. Checked out Pierce Manifolds but haven't been able to find any other. Is this my best option? And I know that I need to get a fuel pump. Where is a good place to get one? The local parts stores just don't have any clue to any of my stuff unless it's stock for the vehicle. Thanks again, sorry for the aggravation.

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    I think both Pierce and Redline are reputable. I found the Carter fuel pump on eBay or you can order it from Summit or Jegs.

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    Thanks Noahwins. I'll check on it some more. Keep ya'll posted.

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    I got mine from Redline, you may try googling the carb and checking prices. They had the entire kit and directions and they also have a tech service if you need it.

    Here is that link noahwins for that adapter.


    Transdapt Carburetor Adapter Weber DGV And Holley 5200-5210 Series Carbs T
    Part No. 2107

    $24.95 + $9.95 S&H

    http://www.streetsideauto.com/p/tran...FeU5Qgod3SQAbA

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    These guys say their Webers are the real deal http://www.carburetion.com/weber/Dat...l=D50%20PICKUP

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    Ordered a carter pump last night. Looks like carbs unlimited and pierce manifolds both have the "made in spain" weber. Prices are only a few dollars different. Thanks for all the advice. Now just which one to order from. Guess which ever will get here quicker.

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    Got my REAL weber today. Man what a difference! Gonna put it on and temporarily wire the pump. I'm having fuel tank issues and have a small tank on it right now. Trying to get it where I can move it out of my buddy's garage.

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