I cleaned the carburetors a few weeks ago. I thought I'd have a go at tuning or at least checking using that guide the someone posted not long ago. The question is, listening to the "hiss" should be the same for both. When I listened to mine, the back one nearest the bulkhead was very very quiet, where as the front one there was a very definite louder audible hiss - is this right?
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Have pencil and paper ready to record readings. Record the highest reading. Repeat on other cylinders. Interpretation of Readings Step 2 The MG factory never published pressure readings for compression checks. However, experience over the years has shown the following to be close enough: If needle jumps to nearly highest reading, then climbs in smaller jumps; good news: If gauge reads low on first stroke and builds slowly never reaching the minimum psi:
It's not really that hard to set up SU's, just different. Of course it always gets more interesting when you have more than one There is a very good Haynes SU carb manual available, reccommended reading. The basic syncing process also applies to Zenith-Stromberg's, but the adjustment mechanisms are different. Here is a laymans guide to adjusting SU's long:
I bought Nigel with a worn and neglected Zenith, and after spending too much time and money on it The Weber worked right out of the box for me I bought it as a kit for the , with manifold etc. I'll echo what Chris said: