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Old 09-29-2015, 04:28 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hey Guys,

When running a Weber carb with an elec fuel pump, do you recommend using the fuel pump block off plate and EGR block off plate?
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yes block everything and don't forget to have an extra filter with a return line connected to the original ski return line and also check the pedal stop bolt it tends to keep the secondary circuit from operate
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I also have weber and am wondering about pcv valve. Should this be blocked off also?
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The PCV Valve is still used, it's connected to the top of the valve cover and then there should be a white plastic elbow that has a piece that can screw off and attach to the bottom of your Weber air box. So the PCV valve is still a 3 connection hose system with a T.
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