What size jets are in a Weber 32 36?
Weber 32/36 DGV / DGAV carburetors in racing applications typically use a 55 primary idle jet and a 50 secondary idle jet. Sold individually. Idle jet holders are available separately.
How do you adjust a Weber 32 36 carburetor?
Weber Carb Lean Idle Adjustment Method: (at home)
Run the engine until it is warmed up and the choke is fully opened and disengaged. Rotate the Idle Speed screw counter-clockwise, until tachometer reads about 600-700 rpm’s (as low as it can idle, with the engine still running).
What is a Weber DGV?
Perfect for stock or mild performance engines, the Weber 32/36 DGV carb is a progressive down-draft carburetor with counter-clockwise rotation. As a progressive carb it operates as a one barrel most of the time, with the second barrel only opening when more power is needed, or under wide open throttle.