Complete Weber 32 36 conversion for the L16 L18 or L20b. Includes linkage adapters, chrome filter, hardware, 32/36 carburetor, instructions, and everything you needed to complete installation.
This Redline kit contains the following:
(1) 32/36 DGEV Genuine European WEBER Carburetor Electric Choke carb.
(1) Adaptor Plate and related hardware
(1) Linkage Kit for the accelerator cable.
(1) Air filter assembly with washable filter (needs to be oiled before use)
1969-1972 Datsun Pickup L16 (1600cc) PL521 also fits Datsun 510
1973-1974 Datsun Pickup L18 (1800cc) PL620 fits 510, 610, and 710
1975-1980 Datsun Pickup L20 (2000cc) PL620 fits 510, 610, and 710
Note - on most Hitachi Carburetors the original throttle lever can be removed and used on the Weber Carburetor - greatly easing the connection for the throttle cable.
Any search for the ideal 2-barrel, progressive down-draft carburetor would surely end with the DGEV Series. look no further for versatility, wide adaptability, easy installation, low initial cost, trouble-free maintenance, excellent drivability, increased fuel economy and improved performance. Designed for engines displacing 1200cc-2600cc, the DGEV Series carbs feature diaphragm type accelerator pump circuits and models with manual, water or electric choke actuation. The DGEV also has a power valve circuit to facilitate low vacuum running conditions.
The Kits utilizing the 32/36 Progressives Weber are designed to provide the market with an economical performance carburetor conversion that while increasing Hp also improves drivability and fuel economy over the stock carburetor. The kits using the 32/36 progressive carburetor is the optimum carburetor for use as a replacement carburetor for a worn out or hard to maintain factory carb.
Vehicles with AC and or Cruise may required additional modifications that are not available in this kit. Fabrication or reuse of original parts may be needed to allow the AC or cruise to work.Automatic transmission vehicles may require additional use of factory linkage for proper operation.
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