but there are several threads on this forum about Webers gasping about halfway through a moderate acceleration.
Weber carb secodaries not enough gas???
I have the same issue with a 34 DGEC, although I'm not sure how much is due to my cat likely being a solid block of charcoal after my pouring excess gas down the carb throat during installation (stupidity happens, especially since replacing the carb was the first thing of any complexity I'd ever done to a vehicle)--I know for certain the valves had 1/4" of charcoal on them and I had to get the head remachined.
If I had the money, I'd be tempted to do a Howell (I think) throttle-body injection mod. If I REALLY had the money, they have multiport injection mods too. (Or heck, someday, I could put a 4.0 in the thing, probably when I replace the automagic transmission.)
Others seem to think that the Motorcraft MC 2100/2150 walks on water, makes a mean cup of coffee, and balances the federal budget (see last two threads above), but I really couldn't say.