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    2.0 /Weber install vacuum ?????

    As it shows Maybe some one can help me figure where the gold throttle bracket goes and some of the. vaccuum lines? I called pierce manifold s and he told me the L shaped bracket goes/mounts on the valve cover? I m not sure if I have this right or not ?
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    the gold bracket goes on top of the valve cover, and the throttle cable bolts to it. There should be 2 bolts where the old air cleaner bolted on where the bracket should drop over. Look at Geronimo's gallery pics to see how his is - his motor is a 2.6 but the mounting should be similar. The only vaccum lines you need are the dizzy vacuum advance to a ported vacuum port on the carb, and the large one from the manifold to the vacuum booster.
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    Ok took another look at it and the bracket fits but still not understanding how the throttle cable bolts to the bracket ? I looked at Geronimos pics and am having a diffacult time seeing them clearly?

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    Vaccum lines look like I have them correct?
    The pcv from the valve cover to the front/bottom of the carb.
    The rear vacuum line on the carb .... not hooked up yet...to the dizzy.
    The other side right of the valve cover to the breather filter on the carb .

    my gold bracket has no notches to bolt the throttle onto the bracket it's just a flat straight L shaped bracket with two big holes .**one which bolts onto the valve cover and I guess the other one bolts to nothing? There's also one small threaded hole ?

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    This is a 2.0, but a weber is a weber.

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    where the notch is on the gold bracket there is a small hole - that is where the throttle cable goes. But I see a bigger problem - the carb is on backwards - the fuel inlet should be in the front of the carb, not the back. Is that a dges or dfav carb?
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    http://www.ebay.com/itm/360598850204...%3AMEBIDX%3AIT

    This is the the kit I purchased . Brad that gold adapter plate is totally different then the one I have .lookat the the difference. pennyman if my carb is on backward then the one brad has is on backward as well?no seeing mine is set up the same .

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    Ok pennyman I see what your saying about the fuel inlet it needs to be moved to the back .It came stock to the front like that.thanks again for the help and pics.

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    the bowl position has to do with the floats - if they are in the back of the carb it can cause issues with fuel starvation on hard stops. The weber manual states that the bowls should be at the front of the carb. It also says that the primary barrel should be closest to the engine, but I never noticed a real difference either way.
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    Ok, Here are the other kits . Trying to figure out which one is the correct kit or would work the best?
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    And a better look at the bracket they sent me????
    I tried every which way to make that fit on top of the valve cover and nope..



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    I know that works on a 2.6, because that is what I have on Geronimo right now (big bracket). may have to make a bracket to use on your 2.0 for the cable mount.
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