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    Weber OH & parts

    I have a 1989 D-50 with a 4 to 5 yr. old 34DGEC carb. It has always had warm start/ flooding issues. I have a regulator set at 2.5 psi fuel supply pressure. Where can I find repair parts or rebuild kits? I have searched the various weber sites and this model of carb seems to be extinct. Help me if you can.

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    that was an Emissions carb that they sold for places that needed to be emissions compliant - they never worked right and they then quit making them when they closed down the italian Weber factory. Try ebay - there are a couple of sellers on there that specialize in extinct weber models. You would be better off just changing out the 34 for the 32/36 dgev Weber - all the mounts, fuel lines, and cable hookups are the same - just one vacuum line for vacuum advance.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rambini50Ra View Post
    I have a 1989 D-50 with a 4 to 5 yr. old 34DGEC carb. It has always had warm start/ flooding issues. I have a regulator set at 2.5 psi fuel supply pressure. Where can I find repair parts or rebuild kits? I have searched the various weber sites and this model of carb seems to be extinct. Help me if you can.
    You have the same junk DGEC carb I had before I learned it was not a "real Weber". Your half done with the install of a DGEV. Yeah they'll run with the DGEC but not very well. Non-tunable, a pitiful 300CFM...it's junk. I just didn't know that at the time I bought it. I'll bet a dollar you got it from WeberDirect.

    Junk it, go to the 2nd Gen fuel pump thread, and follow those instructions on how to do it right. You're halfway there already.

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    Since you are on the West coast- contact Pierce manifolds in Cali. The DGEV I bought last July from them was 219.00- That was just for the carb- NO INSTALLATION KIT- YOU DON"T NEED another installation kit with the adapters and that stuff. Just get the carb from them and stay away from WeberDirect. I learned all of this the hard way.

    http://http://www.piercemanifolds.com/default.asp

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