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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old Aug 12th, 2008, 6:19 pm Thread Starter
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I am building a set of PHF36 for my stock '74 GT and need help with jetting. Any assistance will be much appreciated.

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I would not do this; it is best to stick to 32mm Sport carbs. I doubt if you'll ever get the carburattion right with 36mm. I guess a stating point would be 36mm Pantah settings.
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I would not do this; it is best to stick to 32mm Sport carbs. I doubt if you'll ever get the carburattion right with 36mm. I guess a stating point would be 36mm Pantah settings.
Why would you never get the setting right?

I dont get it?

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Speak to Mike Soderland at Gowanlochs (02 9750 4346). He will quickly point you in the right direction to suitable baseline jetting settings. 36mm Dells on GTs is not uncommon, so he'll know where you should start.
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Hi Ken
keep al the settings the same as the 32mm carbs and go bigger on the main
jets . go up about 15 so if you had 122 main jets go to 138
and then go to a dyno to measure CO if you want to know for sure if your
spot on

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post #6 of 6 (permalink) Old Sep 3rd, 2008, 12:28 am Thread Starter
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Thanks for all the suggestions... I hope to get this sorted out soon.

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