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Installing weber 32/36 cal smog legal on 87 yota 22r

Old 04-27-2017, 01:00 PM
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Installing weber 32/36 cal smog legal on 87 yota 22r

Ok guys need a little help with installing my Weber 32/36 DGEV MODEL K8749 CALIFORNIA SMOG LEGAL CARB on a 22R

The kit included the stock air cleaner adapter and 2 pieces of vacuum line.

My questions pertain to the 9 vacuum lines the stock AISIN carb has on it.
The Weber Carb only has 2 ports on it as you will see in the pics.

So from my understanding the smaller port is to be connected to the front port of the distributor and
the larger 3/8 port is to be connected to?????

I have seen this port connected to the charcoal canister from pics I have seen on the web
but still unsure about this one.

I sent an email to Redline for clarification and still waiting for a response.

These are the only 2 connections that the weber carb has on it the 3rd is obviously for the fuel source.

Can anyone verify or confirm that the 9 vacuum lines from the stock carb get removed and capped?

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Old 04-27-2017, 07:09 PM
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CONFIRMED: The larger 3/8 barb connector goes to the charcoal canister
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Pretty sure that the 32/36 will not pass smog in CA... I could be wrong, but mine didn't even pass fully CA stock-- so I did a complete EGR delete to simplify the whole engine bay...
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https://www.yotatech.com/forums/f114...torial-264405/

Check this thread out if you haven't already...
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Here's a good youtube too

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Sorry to bring back an old thread but how did the weber do for you with passing smog? I am also considering purchasing the smog legal 32/36 that LCE sells for my 83 but cannot find any threads regarding that setup. Did your pickup pass smog and if so what did you do with all those extra vacuum lines you mentioned? Do you have any finished pics of your setup?

Here is a link to the weber I am looking in purchasing.
https://www.lceperformance.com/Produ...30063&CartID=2

I appreciate the help
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