OK SO I DONT KNOW IF MY FIRST MSG SENT OR NOT SO TRYING AGAIN. SORRY IF IM REPEATING.
OK, so my 2150 runs pretty good on my stroker. i got it pretty well tuned the other day and my timing is about 10 deg advanced.
it runs great at idle and revs up great, but when i accelerate while driving it goes then kinda flattens out. not like running out of gas, i dont think. it stays a little flat after that too.
my idle is about 700. my mixture screws are 1.5 turns out and i have 47.5 jets per gronk when i ordered it.
i havent put a vacuum guage to it and i dont know where to even hook one up at. i also have no idea what float level is set at cuz that was also set up by gronk.
any advice or pointers would be greatly appreciated.
ok so my 2150 runs great...mostly. it idles great, revs up great, but under acceleration it starts up in rpm then kinda goes flat. im running 3psi of fuel pressure and about 1.5 turns on mixture screws and 47.5 jets. any thoughts? no clue as to float level cuz i think gronk set it when i told him my motor specs.
I freaking love my 2150, I had a 2100 on before that performed just as good and I swap them once a year just to have a fresh rebuilt one on. I also had a weber on my old toyota truck that I hated quite a bit too. The motorcraft performs at very steep angles and runs almost as good as fuel injection could. I got everything to install, including both carbs, for about $150. I guess if you're not comfortable rebuilding the easiest carb to work on, there's a guy on ebay that sells kits for just under $300. Here's a link of his instructions http://files.meetup.com/633539/Insta...%20a%20258.pdf And another page to read up on The CJ Build - Motorcraft 2100 Carb Upgrade Install - In a Jeep
Question??? How much you like that 2150 carb?? I went with the 38DGES Weber and think I made a big mistake. Way to expensive....pain in ass to set up and can't seem to keep it adjusted.
Want some real world opinion of a 2100 or 2150 cuz not really digging the Weber