Can't speak for the weber vacuum issues, I know most people don't hook up
vacuum on their distrubtor when they go to a weber. As far as venting the
crankcase, you must vent the crankcase. If you don't, you will get
excessive crankcase pressure, and oil will be forced out wherever it can
go. That would most likely be around seals. If you have an inoprative
PCV system, you may end up burning oil. I did that for about 6 months one
year, then I realized why I was losing so much oil, and why I saw oil
smoke when I left a stop.
> Had e-mail issues over the weekend. thanks everyone for the quick
> Fridayt. Need some more advice.
> I have a Weber 32/36 DGV downdraft carb. (too lazy to mess with the SUs)
> Not aware of any vent fittings on it for the bowls. There is one fitting
> the base of the carb that (I hope) is vacum. I plan to attach it to my
> advance on the dizzy. I was drawing off the intake for the vacum but
> that port to the anti-run on valve.
> Is there a vent on the Weber that should be connected to the carbon
> Is the port at the base of the weber on the engine side a vacum port?
> What benefits will I get from venting the crankcase? (I am picking up a
> vented cover from the list -thanks Pete)