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    • Quick, call a tow truck..
    • yeah ok my venturis both just lifted out without force. they do however only back in one way. i tried just for science purposes, and they wont go in any other way. however that video you linked above, same deal the guy just lifted his out without force. I do know there is a special took that youre supposed to use, like a pulling tool to get them out.    My accelerator pump jet definitely does have 2 nozzles. so squirts down both barrels, the other carby only has the one. 
    • i'll lift the bonnet on mine later today and see if the secondary accelerator pump jet squirts.. i had a feeling it doesn't?       
    • if i get this carby to work. i still have to work out the return for the choke. this is the carby i converted from automatic (water) to manual cable choke. the automatic choke doesnt need a return spring, but the manual does. and that thing that looks like a return spring on the inside of the choke lever/shaft (to the left of the carby body) is not a spring apparently   
    • so this is what i found in the fuel bowl. lots of dirt   may explain why i couldnt get the car to run  nicely with the 32/36.    these jets, in the circle were only finger tight, not even. i literally unwound it hand. possibly explains why there was fuel going in all random directions yesterday, because it wasnt sealing where it was supposed to be.   
    • already ahead of you on that one  

      i thought, fuck it have nothing to lose, so ive pulled the 32/36 apart while its on the car haha. bought a can of carby cleaner, and pulled all the jets out, and cleaned them. ive got a rebuild kit sitting there for the 32/36, so im doing a very rushed, impromptu rebuild of the 32/36 to make it run. if no luck, THEN ill revert back to the old carby.   ill chuckthe pics up when i get to the office.  
    • I managed to get the factory 3.45 sticker off well after i cleaned the housing it near fell off maybe someone can decode what exactly came out off as it was in that blue xg hybrid but the factory ecu was 3.45 correct i sold it to jack

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    • this also was a good video that helped me   
    • if you have time to read, this is pretty simple to understand compared to others i've read.    its for the 38/38 weber (main differences are that it has 2 idle circuits and both throttles open together) i was told this is the next step up from the falcon carby.. bolts straight on where a 32/36 or 34 ADM came off but may need linkage/cable adapting again..   it will show the circuit for the jets to venturies etc    http://www.theguestroom.net/manuals/38-38.pdf
    • what's there?  2 of My falcons ended up with 3.45 gears from commodore diffs. (diff joint supplied and fitted)    My diff collections took up 10times more space, because they had brakes on them still.
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