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2 Barrel Carburetor

Webber Carbs | Part Number: WEBWK551
  • Webber Carbs - 2 Barrel Carburetor - Fits 1972 to 1990 YJ Wrangler and CJ - 4WD.com
  • Webber Carbs - 2 Barrel Carburetor - Fits 1972 to 1990 YJ Wrangler and CJ - 4WD.com
  • Webber Carbs - 2 Barrel Carburetor - Fits 1972 to 1990 YJ Wrangler and CJ - 4WD.com
  • Webber Carbs - 2 Barrel Carburetor - Fits 1972 to 1990 YJ Wrangler and CJ - 4WD.com
  • Webber Carbs - 2 Barrel Carburetor - Fits 1972 to 1990 YJ Wrangler and CJ - 4WD.com
  • Webber Carbs - 2 Barrel Carburetor - Fits 1972 to 1990 YJ Wrangler and CJ - 4WD.com
Part Number: WEBWK551
  • Technical Details

    • Fits 1972 to 1990 YJ Wrangler and CJ
    • 258 6 cylinder engine
    • Replaces 2 barrel carburetor
    • Not for sale or Use in CA

These time tested carburetors can deliver more horsepower, fuel economy and dependibility than stock units. Experience noticeable gains in torque and better acceleration. Includes an assembled carburetor body, manifold adapter, all linkage, a washable air filter with chrome housing and complete installation and tuning instructions. Most kits will deliver up to 18% increase in hp over factory carburetors while increasing fuel economy by 10-20%.

Installation instructions are in PDF format. You will need Adobe Reader to view these files.
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CFM RatingNumber Of BarrelsChoke StyleSecondary Type
300 cfm2ElectricN/A

Customer Reviews

Average Customer Review
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fuel your enthusiast

5.0

By jeepman79

from catskill,ny

 

Comments about Weber Carbs2 Barrel Carburetor:

everything you need

 

Get rid of that old jeep carb

5.0

By jeepin90

from wherever, Wa

 

Comments about Weber Carbs2 Barrel Carburetor:

I replaced the carter on my 90 wrangler. I was getting 15 mpg. I get 20 mpg now and with all the vacuum leaks gone my 4wd stays engaged when i'm 4wheelin

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Questions & Answers

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    what is the warranty? Is this an actual Weber?
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