Originally Posted by bernm8r
I have the MC2100 carb upgrade. I was so close to getting the weber I just could not afford it at the time. I found the MC2100 option last minute and have been so pleased. It fixed all my problems of bogging down on hills and poor idle and everything. I did find a melted or rotted vac line once I gutted it all out I suspect that might have been my main problem with the carter carb I had. I did the nutter bypass it is super ez not complicated when I get home this time i plan on doing the team rush upgrade again that looks like simple plug and play stuff and not to hard on the wallet. You will find either option works well. I figure most folks go with the first one they tried and not the other. Biggest upside to the weber is it is new ready to go out of the box. the MC2100 you can buy used and rebuild it (supposedly easy I have never rebuilt a carb) or do what I did which was buy from that guy on schmeebay just search for jeep carbs he should pop up. either option I figure is better than what is in there which is a spaghetti mix of vac lines and such it looks nightmarish.
The MC2100 is an easy rebuild. I just did mine for the second time. When I got it, that rebuild was the first carb rebuild I ever did.
Nice thing about doing the rebuild yourself, instead of E-bay is you can rebuild it yourself from then on.
If you think the TeamRush is expensive, the wait till you next tune up. That's basically all this mod is. (A Tune-up)
Do use the Napa parts, as they have brass cap pins instead of aluminum. Much better!