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Old 01-27-2013, 07:39 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Cool 88 Samurai w/Weber carb-header vacuum question

I'm new to this site and this question has probably been asked a zillion times before. Living in NC I don't need an emissions inspection on my 88 Sami, I just bought a motor that has a weber 32/36 carb already on it with headman headers from someone who was upgrading to a 1.6 in his. The motor I bought is in excellent condition, drove his Sami before buying his motor.

I'm swapping my OEM 1.3 due to bad rod bearing and crank issue. With all the emissions factory stuff on it, does anyone know what vacuum lines I can eliminate from my original engine to this engine with the weber?

Do I need to put the 02 sensor back into the header?

I took some photos before pulling his engine out but my son has my camera at school and he deleted the photos accidentally. Any input, diagrams etc will be greatly appreciated.

I would like to pull out all the emissions stuff not needed to clean up the engine compartment before putting the motor in I bought.

Thank you.
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The only vacuum lines you should need are for the vacuum advance on the distributor from the carb (not manifold vacuum) and the one for the brake booster, it will be a bigger one from near the egr valve I think. You will not need the O2 sensor but you still need to plug the hole that it goes in. Plug all the vacuum ports that are not used.
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