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 Posted: 04-06-2007 05:21 pm
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Scott Robinson


Joined: 03-22-2005
Location: Libertyville, Illinois USA
Posts: 30
I'll jump in as I have run Weber 45s for 10+ years. Like Pete, I eventually found that a rich enough "idle" jet was what made all the difference. I wouldn't say that 3000 was the sweet spot by any stretch, but my popping is minimal to non-existant throughout the RPM range. Webers do prefer acceleration to steady speeds under 4000. But they sure make more power than the Stroms. Dellortos may be better yet on the JH--I can't say from personal experience, but I can say that properly jetted Webers run very well on my daily (and track) driven JH.