Opel GT Forum banner

1 - 8 of 8 Posts

·
Registered
Joined
·
78 Posts
Discussion Starter · #1 ·
So my Solex is missing the screws for the accell pump.

I do have a 32/36 available that's complete. Should i just rebuild the 32/36 or is the solex a better daily driver carb for reliability ?

SO if i rebuild the solex, where sells the little screws ?
Or do I need to find a parts carb ?
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
1,494 Posts
Lots of problems with so-called "rebuilt" carburetors, due to use of old worn-out "Series 5A" cores (that were originally installed in the 1970's on Toyotas). The throttle shaft bushing wears out, causing internal leaks.

For best results, go instead with a new Weber from a reputable dealer.
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
1,494 Posts
Looks like a non-Opel generic carb, as no specific model application is indicated in the listing.

This is why it's better to talk to an expert, than to rely on internet discussion alone. Too much mis-information here.
 

·
Bikini Inspector
Joined
·
5,771 Posts
this carb comes jetted to factory settings. exact same jets that come in carb from Opel specific supplier. that is unless you have it altered before shipment.

so where is the misinformation?

Opel_inside if you have questions, just ask
 

·
Bikini Inspector
Joined
·
5,771 Posts
what does that have to do with this? He wasnt complaining, he was asking for tips from the likes of you and wrench and all he ever got was trolling from you. in the end, it wasnt the head, and he saved $1000 on headwork alone.

okay- so which jets come with OGTS weber 32/36?

this one is factory jetted..

primary secondary mains 140

primary air corrector 170

secondary air corrector 160

primary idle jet 60

secondary idle jet 50
 
1 - 8 of 8 Posts
Top