Mike G. sent this out back in Sept '98
Take a look at
It lists a range of setups and describes the associated engine config.
> From: Larry & Sandi Miller[SMTP:email@example.com]
> Reply To: Larry & Sandi Miller
> Sent: Monday, March 01, 1999 9:53 AM
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: Weber DCOE
> Well so much for Pierce Manifolds being helpful. All I got from them was
> have sold 30,000 of them and they all work, must be your car". I'm tired
> being talked down to by vendors so I won't be dealing with them anymore.
> Just because I don't know anything about Webers does not make me stupid.
> I expected more from them based on the experience of others on this list.
> The only book I have on Webers is the Haynes. It does not help any on the
> tuning, just on the how to take apart and put back together.
> 1. What is a good book on tuning Webers?
> 2. Which of the various pieces, jets, emulsion tubes, pumps, etc, do I
> to fiddle with?
> 3. How do I decide what parts to order before I start?
> I don't have any numbers on the parts that are in it now as I don't know
> which parts I need to be concerned with.
> Larry Miller