|12-09-2007 07:41 PM|
|jeepocalypse||thats internally threaded for maximum air fuel mixture hehe.|
|12-09-2007 10:50 AM|
|64panhead||i like the rubber cement that held the filter on. lets build something better|
|12-02-2007 12:13 PM|
well i picked it up for $500 runs and moves now (needed a flywheel) and here is a pic of the carb. those are high performance bungee cords by the way!
is this stock?
|10-08-2007 09:43 PM|
|jeepocalypse||thanks for the pep talk when i pick the jeep up ill let you know what carb it has i havent messed around much with one on a vehicle engine only bikes and atvs any advice would help thank you again|
|10-08-2007 09:23 PM|
|Gary1129||We had never even heard of Fuel Injection back in the day.......we had alot of fun anyway|
|10-08-2007 05:35 PM|
|4Jeepn||Yeah those 41-86 Cj's only where aloud on the street... If you set the carb up correctly, it should be fine.With the 4.2 you want to make sure ALL your vacum lines are good to go. IF you have the carter carb.. Be sure to clean out the ventuir/pickup tubes, This helps alot when off camber etc, to keep it going.|
|10-08-2007 04:21 PM|
Just because you have a carb doesn't mean you can't go vertical. I have plenty of friends that loose oil pressure before they loose fuel pressure with carbs
|10-08-2007 02:30 PM|
Don't let it get you down. If you keep the momentum going and aren't basically rock climbing up waterfalls your carb will be fine. I learned how to drive and wheel on an 83 Carbed CJ with the 258. It always did fine.
The more you get into it the more you might want to start saving for an EFI or TBI setup.
|10-08-2007 08:06 AM|
|Badge1236||Some it does have to do with what carb you are running. Some where designed for off roading and some just happened to work well for off roading. Just because you are not running a fuel injection system on your engine does not religate it to road use only. The army has been using jeeps for decades off road, well before fuel injection.|
|10-07-2007 10:51 PM|
it should be fine unless you're going up REALLY steep hills,
they used carbs on all engine til the 80's and they went GREAT off roadn, jsut cause there is new technology doesnt mean the old doesnt work anymore!
|10-07-2007 06:21 PM|
i was a bit deflated today when a friend of mine told me i wouldnt be able to do much offroading with a carb. fed engine because at certain angles there would be fuel starvation the arguement makes sense to me but has anyone else ever had a problem with this?