A gentleman from Scotland, UK contacted us about restoring the original Carburettor on his Mk1 RS2000
The car was undergoing a full, ‘concours’ ground-up restoration so everything had to be perfect!
This carburettor has a water-choke/autochoke mechanism and is of the two-stage, progressive, downdraught type. Good performance with reasonably good drive-ability and fuel-economy.
The choke-mechanism is the most intricate part of this carburettor – also the most troublesome.
Thankfully the carburettor in question was in relatively good condition (despite being 40 years old!)
So, as soon as we received it – We got straight to work on it!
Here are some photos of the carburettor and dis-assembly:
The carburettor was complete, and in working order.
Careful dis-assembly was now on the cards…
And here are the carburettors dismantled..
Alloy body, top cover, pump housing, auto-choke spring housing, venturis etc are all ready for vapour-blasting.
All steel fasteners, levers, springs & nuts are ready for yellow zinc-plating treatment.
Brass throttle valves, jets, emulsion tubes and plugs are ready for acid-cleaning and polishing.
Throttle valve spindles, return springs etc.. are ready for chemical blacking/phosphating.
After all parts have been inspected and are suitably clean and free of any plating burrs or sediment – Rebuilding begins:
And that is one original, Italian Made WEBER 32/36 DGAV CArburettor restoration in the bag 🙂
Carburettor was shipped back to the customer in Scotland, ready to be bolted on to a freshly rebuilt 2.0 Ford OHC ‘Pinto’ engine in his Mk1 Ford Escort RS2000
Ready for some classic Ford RWD spirited driving up in the Highlands!
Here are some of our other WEBER & DELLORTO Carburettor Restorations:
Ferrari 246 Dino V6 Triple WEBER 40 DCNF Carburettors
Ferrari 250/275/330 triple WEBER 40 DCZ/6
Porsche Triple Choke WEBER IDAP3C
If you would like to have your classic WEBER carburettor restored/rebuilt
and set-up for your engine – get in touch with us:
Thank you for looking,