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There should be a vacuum advance port on the 32/36..... unless this is some old POS. Hopefully you are buying a new one from Pierce or Weber with everything needed (gaskets, adapter plate, air filter etc.) and not a Chinese knock off.


Just run the fuel line to the weber and leave the return line capped.

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You can also add a second fuel connection on to the carb and run the fuel in a loop. The factory return line should have a reducer to help keep some back-pressure in the fuel line. If you run it in a loop, then at idle and partial throttle, your fuel filter will be cleaning out more of the particles from the tank.

I did that on an L18 years back because it was obvious there was rust in the tank. I changed out that fuel filter at every oil change.

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