Approval Details

Valid E.O.

Validity

This Executive Order approved the specified parts on on December 29, 1986.
As of Monday, May 27th, 2019 this Executive Order has not been overturned or superceeded.

Approved Parts

Part NumberModelsModification
32/32 DGAV 5E1970-1974 Datsun 1200 & B210The throttle positioner or dashpot, and altitude corrector may be disconnected or removed.

This Executive Order may be listed as:
  • C.A.R.B.E.O. D-133-14
  • Executive Order 133-14 / D133-14
  • ARB # D-133-14
  • Executive Order No: D-133-14
  • C.A.R.B. No. D-133-14
  • Resolution D-133-14
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Download: Executive Order D-133-14 PDF

D-133-14 Document:



                                                             {Page 1 of 2)

                                    State of California
                                    AIR RESOURCES BOARSD

                              EXECUTIVE ORDER D—133—14
                     Relating to Exemptions under Section 27156
                                 of the Vehicle Code


                        REDLINE, INC., A SUBSIDIARY OF IMPAC
                    REDLINE CARBURETOR CONVERSION KIT NO. #K8622
                   USING ONE WEBER MODEL 32/32 DGAV 5E CARBURETOR


Pursuant to the authority vested in the Air Resources Board by Section 27156
of the Vehicle Code; and

Pursuant to the authority vested in the undersigned by Sections 39515 ard
39516 of the Health and Safety Code and Executive Order G—45—5;

IT IS QRDERED ANC RESOLVED:         That the installation of the Redline Carburetor
Conversion Kit No. K8622 manufactured by Redline, Iinc. has been found not to
reduce the effectiveress of required motor vehicle poliution control devices
and, therefore, is exempt from the prohibitions of Section 27156 of the
Vaha‘le Code for the vehicles listed below:

                                       Vehicle Model       Redline          Weber
~Z§Eii£l_                  Make       or Engine Type       Kit No.     Carb, Mode] No.

  70—1974                  Datsun     1200 and 8210         «8622      32/37? CSAV 5E

The following modifications to the exhaust emission control system are
permitted:
    {1)})   The Throttle Positioner or Dashpot, on vehicles so equipped, may be
            disconnected and removed.

            The Altitude Corrector, on vehicles so equipped, may be disconnected
    on
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            and removed.

    {3)     The Vacuum Hose Routing may be changed as specified in the kit
            installation instructions.

All other original equipment emission control devices must be retained.         The
vehicles must be tuned to the vehicle manufacturer‘s specifications.

Shanges made to the design or operating conditions of the conversion kits, as
exempted by the Air Resources Board, that adversely affect the performance of
a vehiclie‘s pollution control system shall invalidate this Executive Order.


REDLINE, INC.                                '        EXECUTIVE ORDER D—133—14
                                                       (Page 2 of 2)



Marketing of these conversion kits using an identification other than that
shown in this Executive Order or marketing of this device for an application
other than those listed in this Executive Order shall be prohibited uniless
prior approval is obtained from the Air Resources Board.        Exemption of a
conversion kit shall not be construed as an exemption to sell, offer for sale,
or advertise any component of a conversion kit as an individual device.

This Executive Order does not constitute any opinion as to the effect that the
use of these conversion kits may have on any warranty either expressed or
implied by the vehicle manufacturer.

THIS EXECUTIVE ORDER DOES NOT CONSTITUTE A CERTIFICATION, ACCREDITATION,
APPROVAL, OR ANY OTHER TYPE OF ENDORSEMENT BY THE AIR RESOURCES BOARD OF ANY.
CLAIMS OF THE APPLICANT CONCERNING ANTI—POLLUTION BENEFITS OR ANY ALLEGED
BENEFITS OF THE REDLINE, INC. CARBURETOR CONVERSION KIT NO. K8622.

No claim of any kind, such as "Approved by Air Resources Board" may be made
with respect to the action taken herein in any advertising or other oral or
written communication.                          '

Section 17500 of the Business and Professions Code makes untrue or misleading
advertising unlawful, and Section 17534 makes violation punishable as a
misdemeanor.     '

Section 43644'of the Health and Safety Code provides as follows:

    "43644. (a) No person shall install, sell, offer for sale, or advertise,
    or, except in an application to the state board for certification of a
    device, represent, any device as a motor vehicle pollution control device
    for use on any used motor vehicle unless that device has been certified by
    the state board. No person shall sell, offer for sale, advertise, or
    represent any motor vehicle pollution control device as a certified device
    which, in fact, is not a certified device.       Any violation of this
    subdivision is a misdemeanor."

Any apparent violation of the conditions of this Executive Order will be
submitted to the Attorney General of California for such action as he deems
advisable.


Executed at E1 Monte, California, this    24"    ‘   day of December, 1986.


                                         //Ubachmnem2__
                                         K. D. Drachand, Chief
                                         Mobile Source Division


                State of California
                AIR RESOURCES BOARD




EVALUATION OF THE REDLINE CARBURETOR CONVERSION KIT
           NO. K8622 FOR EXEMPTION FROM THE
     PROHIBITIONS OF VEHICLE CODE SECTION 27156
      IN ACCORDANCE WITH SECTION 2222, TITLE 13
        OF THE CALIFORNIA ADMINISTRATIVE CODE




                 DECEMBER, 1986


                EVALUATION OF THE REDLINE CARBURETOR CONVERSION
                          KIT NO. K8622 FOR EXEMPTION
              FROM THE PROHIBITIONS OF VEHICLE CODE SECTION 27156
                   IN ACCORDANCE WITH SECTION 2222, TITLE 13
                     OF THE CALIFORNIA ADMINISTRATIVE CODE




                                       by
                            Mobile Source Division
                              State of California
                              AIR RESOURCES BOARD
                              9528 Telstar Avenue
                              E1 Monte, CA 91731




(This report has been reviewed by the staff of the California Air
                                                                  Resources
Board and approved for publication.   Approval does not signify that the
contents necessarily reflect the views and policies of the Air Resourc
                                                                       es
Board, nor does mention of trade names or commercial products constitute
endorsement or recommendation for use.)


                                    SUMMARY

      Redline, Inc., a distributor of Italian made Weber carburetors, has

applied for exemption from the prohibitions of Vehicle Code Section 27156 for

the RedlTine Carburetor Conversion Kit No. K8622 using one (1) Weber model

32/32 DGAV 5E carburetor.

      This Redline Carburetor Convers1on K1tisdes1gned to replace the

Hitachi carburetors found on 1970—1974 Datsun 1200 and B210 model vehicles.

      Comparisons of the OEM Hitachi carburetor to the Weber carburetor, with

respect to calibration, vacuum port signals and choke operation demonstrate

that the Weber carburetor functions similarly but not identically to the

Hitacht carburetor.   Therefore, the Weber 32/32 DGAV 5E carburetor cannot be

classified as a replacement part for the 1970—1974 Datsun 1200 and B210 model

vehicles and must receive an exemption to be legally marketed in California.

      Based on the submitted comparisons and an engineering evaluation, the

staff concludes that the installation of the Redline Kit No. K8622 will not

have an adverse emissions effect and recommends that an exemption be granted

for the following vehicle applications:

                                   Vehicle Model     Redline          Weber
 Year(s)               Make       or Engine Type     Kit No.     Carb. Model No.

1970—1974             Datsun      1200 and B210       K8622       32/32 DGAV 5E


                                     CONTENTS



                                                Page Number



SUMMARY
                                                      1.
 CONTENTS
                                                      11
 1.     INTROBUCTION
                                                       1
 II.    CONCLUSION
                                                       1
 III.   RECOMMENDATION
                                                       1
IV.     DEVICE DESCRIPTION
                                                       1
V.      DEVICE EVALUATION

VI.     DISCUSSION



~APPENDIX .

        OEM Carburetor Diagrams (Hitachi)

        Weber 32/32 DGAV 5E                         A—2
        Installation Instructions
                                                    A~—3
        Identification Label                        A—4
        Carburetor Calibration

        Carburetor Flow Bench Data
                                                    A—6




                                       11.


      EVALUATION OF THE REDLINE CARBURETOR CONVERSION KIT NO. K8622 FOR EXEMPTION
      FROM THE PROHIBITIONS OF VEHICLE CODE SECTION 27156 IN ACCORDANCE WITH SECTION
      2222, TITLE 13 OF THE CALIFORNIA ADMINISTRATIVE CODE


      1.    INTRODUCTION

            Redline, Inc., of Compton, California, a subsidiary of Imported Parts

      and Accessories Corporation {(IMPAC), is a distributor of Italian made Weber

     _carburetors.Thecompanyhasappliedforexemptionfromtheprohibitions—of———————
      Vehicle Code Section 27156 for a Carburetor Conversion Kit designated as

      Redline Kit No. K8622 using a Weber carburetor to replace the original

      equipment manufacturer (OEM) Hitachi two—barrel carburetors found on the

      following vehicles:

                                          Vehicle Model   Redline          Weber
       Year(s)               Make        or Engine Type   Kit No.     Carb. Model No.
      1970—1974              Datsun      1200 and B210     K8622         32/32 DGAV 5E
            This report describes the evaluation of the Redline Carburetor

      Conversion Kit and the findings.

      II.   CONCLUSION

            Based on the submitted comparisons, and an engineering evaluation, the

      staff concludes that the installation of the Redline Kit No. K8622 will not

     have an adverse emissions effect on the vehicles described above.

     III.   RECOMMENDATION

            The staff recommends that this exemption be granted on an engineering

     evaluation and that Executive Order D—133—14 be issued.

     IV.    DEVICE DESCRIPTION

            The Redline Carburetor Conversion Kit No. K8622 uses one (1) model

     32/32 DGAV 5E Weber carburetor as an economical replacement for the OEM

     carburetors found on the 1970—1974 Datsun vehicles described previously.
en


              These Datsun vehicles are equipped with a Hitachi carburetor.     These

         Hitachi carburetors are of the progressive two—barrel design (See Appendix 1).

               The Weber 32/32 DGAY 5E is a progressive two—barrel carburetor which is

         similar in basic design to the OEM carburetors (See Appendix 2).     It has

         provisions for vacuum operated emission control systems, including distrisutor

         vacuum advance/retard units, EGR and air 1nJect1on contro]systems

               A variety of emission contro] dev1ces are used on these vehicles.          Some

         are integral to the OEM carburetor and others are external devices which

         either control specific functions of the OEM carburetor or are actiQated by

         movement of the throttle.    The installation of the Weber carburetor retains

         most of these devices or duplicates the functions of the devices in a

         differeht manner, however, some devices cannot be retained.    These devices and

         their disposition after the intallation of the Weber carburetor are:


               1)      The Throttle Positioner or Dashpot, on vehicles so equipped, is
                       disconnected and removed.

               2)      The Altitude Corrector, on vehicles so equipped, is disconnected
                       and removed.

               3)      The Vacuum Hose Routing is changed as specified in the kit
                       installation instructions.

         All other original equipment emission control devices are retained.        The

         installation instructions recommend that the vehicles must be tuned to the

         vehicle manufacturer‘s specifications.

               The Redline Kits come complete with a Weber carburetor, an air c]eanér

         adaptor, all the hoses, gaskets and hardware necessary to install the Weber

         cakburetor on the Datsun vehicles.     Instaliation instructions, which are

         included in every kit, show the kit installer how to properly install the

         Weber carburetor (see Appendix 3).     A sample identification label is shown in
,205°%




         Appendix 4.     The Weber carburetor calibrations are included in Appendix 5.


   L095is,




              V.    DEVICE EVALUATION

                    The evaluation of the Redline kit no. K8622
                                                                 consisted of an analysis of
              the submitted data, a study of the emission
                                                           control systems used on the
              1970—1974 Datsun 1200 and B210 model1 vehicles
                                                             and emissions tests performed on
              a 1981 Datsun 210 station wagon .

                    Redline submitted an emissions system evalu
                                                                ation which shows which OEM
              systems can be reconnected to the Weber carbu
                                                            retor and function nearly the
              same and which systems must be disconnected.
                                                             To demonstrate the Weber
              carburetor was compatible with the vacuum
                                                        actuated emission control devices
              used on the Datsun vehicles, Redline
                                                   submitted carburetor flow bench data
             which compares the vacuum signal strength
                                                        between the OEM Hitachi and the
             Weber for the vacuum advance diaphragm and
                                                         the EGR vaive ({see Appendix 6).
             Graph A—6.1 shows the dry flow bench depre
                                                        ssion of the OEM Hitachi carburetor
             for a 1974 Datsun B210 (Hitachi) and the
                                                      Weber 32/32 DGAV 5E (Weber) versus
             the throttle opening in degrees.     This shows the effect of the larger throt
                                                                                           tle
             plate diameter of the Weber which allows
                                                      the same flow bench depression with
             less throttle opening.     This difference means that the Weber
                                                                             throttlie must be
             opened less to achieve the same power
                                                   levels, during normal driving, or a
                                                                                       FTP
             driving cycle this would not have an emiss
                                                        ions effect.    Graph A—6.2 shows the
             vacuum signal strength versus spark advan
                                                       ce in crankshaft degrees.    From this
             it can be seen that the only area of
                                                  interest on Graph A—6.3 is between 10.5
             and 22.5 cm. Hg.  On the left end of graph A—6.3 (throttle
                                                                         openings below 10°)
             the two carburetors produce nearly the
                                                     same spark advance signal. At the
             right end of the same graph (throttle
                                                    openings above 50°) the Weber signal
             drops off sooner than the Hitachi but,
                                                     at nearly the same rate. The effect of
             this should retard the spark advance slig
                                                       htly as compared to the stock spark
coxten,


 advance at the same throttle setting and shoul
                                                d theoretically slightly reduce
 emissions. Any differences in the two vacuu
                                             m signal strength curves outside
 of the area of interest are irrelevant.

        Graph A—6.4 shows the vacuum signal strength
                                                      versus EGR valve opening.
 From this it can be seen that the only area
                                               of interest on Graph A—6.5 is
 between 6 and 10.5 cm. Hg. The Weber signa
                                             l comes on about 10° later than the
 Hitachi. This should slightly improve driv
                                             ability while having a minimal
 effect on emissions. Any differences in the
                                                two vacuum signal strength curves
 outside of the area of interest are irrel
                                           evant. Also submitted was a         |
 comparison of the automatic choke opera
                                         tion between the two carburetors which
 shows that they function nearly the same.

       A study of the emission control systems shows
                                                     that the 1970—1973 Datsun
1200 vehicles have only one emission contr
                                           ol component which is not compatible
with the Weber carburetor. It is the
                                      throttle positioner, a device used to
open the throttle plate slightly to contr
                                         ol hydrocarbon emissions during
deceleration. On these Datsun vehicles
                                        an altitude corrector is used in the
throttle positioner syStem. Since the
                                       throttle positioner is removed, this
altitude corrector serves no function
                                      and is also removed.
      Redline has previously demonstrated that
                                                 the Weber DGAYV series
carburetors do not need an external devic
                                          e to control hydrocarbons on
deceleration by performing emissions
                                     tests used for the evaluation of other
Redline kits which required the removal
                                         of a similar throttle positioner
device (see staff reports accompanying
                                        E.0. No‘s. D—133—6, D—133—7, D—133—10A,
D—133—10B, D—133—12 and D—133—13).

      The 1974 B210 models utilize the same
                                            throttle positioner system and in
addition, a dashpot on the automatic
                                     transmission models. The purpose of
                                                                          the


  dashpot is to prevent the engine from stalling
                                                 during hard braking with the
  transmission in gear. Stalling does not occur
                                                 with the Weber carburetor on
 these models therefore the device is removed.

       Emissions test performed on a 1981 Datsun 210
                                                      station wagon demonstrated
 that the installation of the Weber DGAV carbu
                                               retor and the disconnections
 associated with it (which include more items
                                              than disconnected on the
 1970—1974 vehicles) does not have an adverse
                                              emissions effect.     For details of
 this evaluation and the actual test results
                                             please refer to the August, 1986,
  staff report entitled "EVALUATION OF THE REDLINE
                                                     CARBURETOR CONVERSION KIT No.
  K8625 FOR EXEMPTION FROM THE PROKHIBITIONS oFr VEHIC
                                                       LE CODE SECTION 27156 IN
_ ACCORDANCE WITH SECTION 2222, TITLE 13 OF THE
                                                  CALIFORNIA ADMINISTRATIVE copE."
  VI.   DISCUSSION

       The staff evaluation of the Redline carburetor
                                                      conversion kit K8622
 revealed the following:

       1.   The Weber carburetor vacuum signal strength
                                                        curve for vacuum
 advance and EGR are nearly the same as
                                        OEM.
       2.  It has been previously demonstrated that
                                                     the disconnection of the
throttle positioner when the Weber carbu
                                         retor is installed does not cause an
adverse emissions effect.

       3.   The emissions tests performed on a 1981 Datsu
                                                         n 210 station wagon
showed no significant increase in emissions
                                             with the Weber carburetor
installed.

      4.   The vehicles for which this carburetor
                                                  kit is applicable to are at
least 13 years old.


      Based on the abqve points the staff has
                                              determined that the Redline
K8622 kit cannot be classified as a replacemen
                                               t part but should be granted an
exemption based on this engineering evaluation
                                                which has determined that the
Weber carburetor will function nearly the
                                          same as OEM and therefore will not
have an adverse effect on emissions.

      The staff recommends that an exemption be
                                                granted and that Executive
Order D—133—14 be issued.


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K8622 INSTRUCTIONS 1ST DRAFT

1.    Remove     the     vehicle‘s    gas
     cap .

     Disconnect the battery.

     Remove   the   air    filter
     assembly   and   attached
     components. Use the under
     hood emissions diagram,or a
     factory     service     manual     to
     identify     hoses     for    proper
     reassembly.

     Identify     all     vacuum     hoses
     connected     to the carburetor
     by using      the under hood
     emissions  diagram or a      _
     factory service manual. T ag
     each hose with the proper
     identification and remove
     them from the        carburetor.

     Disconnect     the stock fuel
     line from     the carburetor.
     Plug the end of the fuel
     line to prevent leakage.

     Identify      all     electrical
     wires and tag each wire for
     proper   reassembly later.
     Disconnect the electrical
     wires    from the carburetor.

     Disconnect   the   throttle
     cable  at  the   carburetor
     bracket and lever. Remove
     the clip and pin from the
     idle  kick—up  lever.(if
     equipped)
     Remove   the  carburetor
     mounting nuts and carefully
     remove the carburetor and
     attached componenets from
     the intake manifold. Remove
     the flange gaskets and heat
     spacer.    Insert a clean rag
     in  the     intake manifold
     ports.


         Remove     the    stock     carburetor
         mounting         studs     from    the
         intake manifold. NOTE: For
         correct  stud  removal  or
         installation,  use a stud
         removal/installation tool;or
Cthe—DOUBLENUT                       METHOD.
         DOUBLE     NUT     METHOD:    Install
         two     nuts     approximently       1/4
         way down the stud. Lock the
         nuts together. Using the
         correct size wrench turn the
         lower nut for removal and
         the  upper  nut  for
         instalTat fon.

   10. Clean    the  carburetor
         mounting surface throughly.

   11.    *‘74 B210 ONLY: B110 PROCEED
         TO STEP #15
         Remove the two EGR VYaive
         mounting    nuts    and
         lockwashers.     Carefully
         remove the EGR VYalve from
         the    intake manifold.
         CAUTION: Some vehicles m ay
         require    the   water
         temperature switch to be
         temporarily disconnected to
         clear the EGR Valive for
         removal.        {FIG.A)
   12. Insert       a    rag   in    the    EGR
         ports     and    throughly        clean
         the mounting surface of              all
         old gasket material.

   13. Remove the rag from the EGR
         ports and install one of the
         EGR gaskets from the kit.
         NOTE: A light coat of gasket
         sealer    should      be    used     on
         both sides of the gasket to
         ensure     against         exhaust
         lTeaks.

   14.   Install  the   EGR      Yaive
         adapter from the kit as
         shown in FIG. B. Use the
         original  EGR    Valive
         lockwashers   and nuts to
         secure the adapter           in place.


15. Remove       the     rag       from     the
      intake manifold ports and
      install the gaskets  and
      adapter     from       the      kit    as
      shown in FIG.C. NOTE;The
      adapter studs should be
      installed        _to    _the     length
      specified in the drawing.
      Use the locking compound
      from the kit to secure the
      studs in place.

16. Install the Weber carburetor
      with the throttle linkage
      facing the  vehicle‘s
      firewall.

17. Install      the     throttle           cable
      bracket    from        the     kit,   over
      the  two  driver‘s  side
      carburetor mounting studs.
      (F1IG.D)   Use the lockwashers
      and nuts suplied in the kit
      to secure the carburetor and
      bracket in place. NOTE: D0
      NOT TIGHTEN THE CARBURETOR
      MOUNTING  NUTS   DOWN
      COMPLETELY AT THIS TIME.

18.   *74 B210 ONLY: B110 PROCEED
      TO STEP #19
      Install the second EGR Valve
      gasket and EGR Valve on the
      adapter, use the two 8mm
      bo1lts  and  lockwashers
      supplied in the kit to
      secure the valve in place.
      DO NOT USE GASKET SEALER ON
      THE EGR VALYE TO ADAPTER .

19. Remove the two nuts securing
      the throttle cable jacket in
      the bracket at the firewall.
      Remove the cable jacket and
      rotate it 180 degrees. (Turn
      it upside down.) Reinstall
      the cable jacket in the
      firewall bracket and secure
      it in place using the stock
      nuts.


20. Install the throttle cable
    in the carburetor bracket as
    shown in FIG.D.

21. Connect  the throttle cable
    to the carburetor lever.
    CHECK THROTTLE OPERATION_—FEOR
    FREE MOVEMENT. IF THERE IS
    ANY INDICATION OF STICKING
    OR  BINDING,  CORRECT    As
    NECESSARY BEFORE PROCEEDING.
    NOTE: The throttle cable can
    be adjusted by loosening the
    set screw onthe cable jacket
    collar and moving the cable
    the desired length. Once the
    cable is properly adjusted,
    tighten the set screw to
    secure it in place.

22 . Tighten   the    carburetor
    mounting   nuts    down   in   a
    diagonal pattern.     CAUTION:
    D0 NOT OVER—TIGHTEN
    CARBURETOR MOUNTING NUTS.
    MAXIMUM TORQUE SHOULD NOT
    EXCEED 7 FT. LBS.
23. ALL VEHICLES EXCEPT     ‘70
    1200(B110)
    Cut the shrink tubing from
    the   kit  into  4 equal
    lengths. Slide a piece of
    shrink tubing over each end
    of the red wire.(both items
    in kit) Connect the wire to
    the choke terminal and the
    stock   bullet  connector.
    (Originally connected to the
    stock choke unit.) Once the
    wire is connected, slide the
    shrink   tubing over  the
    terminals.


24 .    *70 1200 (B110) ONLY:
        These vehicles are equipped
        with    a manual      choke.      Use the
        12"     length      of     wire    and
        connectors to obtain a 12
        volt source for the Weber
        choke——and  —t+dte—cut=—off
        solenoid.

25‘     Slide a piece of shrink
        tubing over each end of the
       . _blue wire        (both       items    in
        kit).    Connect         the    wire    to
        the  Weber  idle cut—off
        solenoid and stock bullet
        connector.          (Originally
        connected      to the stock            idle
        cut—off solenoid.)              Once the
        wire    is   connected,         slide the
       shrink        tubing        over    the
        terminals.

26. Using a NON—FLAMMABLE heat
        source,  heat the shrink
        tubing on    all the
        connections made in steps
        #23—25 until a good seal                 is
        made.

27. Remove           the   plug     from       the
        stock fuel line and install
        the new fuel hose from the
        stock line to the Weber fuel
        inlet fitting. NOTE: A NEW
        FILTER SHOULD BE INSTALLED
      — AT THIS TIME.
28.     *70—73 DATSUN 1200 (B110)
        Use the vacuum cap supplied
        to plug the vacuum port on
        the altitude corrector                  as
       _ Shown in FIG.E.
              lmgpark>advance11ne’tfi”
        thé     port on the HWeber
        carturetor.(FiG.F)


29.    74 B210 ONLY:
       Use the vacuum cap supplied
       to plug the port on the
       altitude      corrector as        shown
       in FIG E.                     gcuuem""~


       advance       to    the   Vacuum
       Advamee port on the Weber
       carburetor.Connect the EGR
       line to the Verturt Vacuum
       port on the MWeber
       carburetor.         (FIG.G)
30 .   Install  the  air filter
       adapter gasket on the Weber
       carburetor. Use the allen
       bo1ts provided to install
       the  adapter  to the
       carburetor .

31.    Install the new air filter
       stud   into the adapter.
       Secure the stud in place
       with the jam nut from the
       kit.

32. Reinstall     the stock    air
       filter assembly using the
       two oval spacers, bolts and
       washers supplied. {(FIG.H)

33. Reconnect         the battery        and
       reinstall      the gas cap.

34 .   Start the engine and check
       for fuel and vacuum leaks.
       Correct as necessary BEFORE
       proceeding.

35. Adjust the idle speed,               fast
       idle    and    idle     mixture   to
       factory  specifications.
       NOTE: Idle speed and idle
       mixture  instructions  are
       attached to the carburetor.
       Fast idle instructions are
       located at the end of these
       instructions .

36. Install          the Weber vacuum,
       diagram       notification label
       next    to    the     stock   label
       under   the    hanad.


36. CHECK FOR ADEQUATE HOOD
    CLEARENCE BEFORE CLOSING THE
    HOOD .


       CARBURETOR
     R'—‘-DLINE—WEBER
      2910Ane:—r' QA—
     UJ) Lfal N T
 —   232/82 ’Dcfl%v PE
   _ K 8653
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Stf”    of Deve]obment      . l                                                   _   Date:           IOZILZZ[

Prucotype #      K¢QbLlrt —_t                                                Location of # &ufl                 bsfl?’.

Carburetor Model 3?;/32. Db6 £V 6                       _Pért #     l?
                                                                                         NA—Not Applicable
Application:             Model B {16 l B2.10 Year                 Month                  AF — As Factory

                Engine Size |.2 Z [+% Air Cond.              — _1 D
                Transmission: @(At)

Calibrated Parts                                              Adjustments


                                                                                                               Value

Main venturi             2-3/ 24                             ° Float levelling:

Auxiliary yenturi           3&5/405—                          with gasket (brass)         .            |        _ mm


Yain jef                    iZ.O /”S |                        with gasket (plastic)           |                  mm _
  C
Ai, corrector jet                 1@0/1;9                     without gasket (brass)              20             mm .

Emulston tube                     C450 /FS:O                  without gasket‘(mastic)'                          mm

fu]] power fuel bush                                          from face to carburetor bowf                 |     ‘mm


"ull power air bush               »                           Maximum float stroke            32L___im_

‘ower valve spring                        |     :     P.n.


"uel enrichhent bush                  ‘-?L .                  Accelerating pump


\ir enrichment bush                                           10 complete pump strokes


lixture 'enr ichment tube/hole                2. .3            delivery               4.b¥ [ 4.D ent
  en




       iiary venturi mixture enrichment bush                   Throttle opening pump


                                                               stroke adjustment                  —               mm


© .dBruceu rarts , vOn‘t.                             adjustments, Con‘t.


                                                                                                           Value

 f                                                    ‘lain throttle plate adjustment

idle jet           _              L+:S'/ “*d;-        1st throttle opening at start

idle.air bush                       ]65’/ LS'O        of 2nd one                                       7 mm
irreversibility hole

idle mixture adjusting hole/bush           /40        Dash—pot                                                         __ c
idle Mixturebush_________————————————~—throttleopeningatdashpot_
sonic idle air bush/hole                              contact               |                                          mm
ly—pass idle air hole

iy—pass idle mixture hole                             Manual starter

 park AdVance hole                                    Mechanical pull—down                  _                          mm

 rogression hole                )(2:5            T1   Fast idle                 |                                      mm
                                 Jb     _~ 126. 12    Pneumatic pu1l;down               |                              mm
          {                                      T3   Minimum preumatic pull—down                              _       mm
                                                 14   Max prneumatic pull—down (half
                                                 T5   choke)           |            +                      _           om
                                                      Starter rod complete                  e                  —       P.n.

                                                      Starter spring                                   |               P.n.

  ogression slot                             O        Automatic starter
  fotfle _p1ate angle                    25{0 /723     Starter plate clearance adjustment                               mm

     edle valve                    AStl ,ZOO          Mechanical pull—down                      Z7 * ? .
     s1 _recycle fio1e                       5O        Fast idle onstarter piston                  |                .
                                                      Fast idle                             Le 4* l.p
     ip jet                              flé'r/ 45     Fast idle cam timing                      (mm/step nr.)

     ip discharge                            AZ>      Pull—down lever/modular clear.                                   mm
             .                                                                                    :C
     gfiivalve~wldischarge pump                        Minimum pneumatic pull—down               &+<~                   mm

      t       "te pump jet                            Maximum pneumatic pull—down               &.5t                   mm .
                                                                                                      m
      umatic pump discharge                           Fixed index mark
                                                                                                      enueee

      manical pump diqaphragm     6{740/ ()‘-f%P.n.   Moving index adjustment


 Cqbrated Parts, Con‘t.                      Adjustments, Con‘t.


                                                                               Vaiue

Starter jet                                  Bimetal assembly S78AF%% P.n.
Starter air jet     OO                       Pull—down diaphragm spring   __~~C__P.n.

Gasket kit        ~—— QZ      OLSO XTP.n.    Starter spring                cPungy9
~Tuneupkit____ ”‘72_“57207 OS         P.n.   Starter_spring                     P.n.
Master repair kit 92,     Z2 3}2 O$ P.n.
                                   ADDILTIQONAL   NOTES
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                                                                                            A—6.1




                              FLOW BENCH DEPRESSION K8622
                                                *71 TO "*74 B110,8210
 A—6
a




                   35
YACUUM IN SCM Hg




                   30




                                                                  C\
                   29




                                                                                                    A-6. 1
                   20


                   18


                   10
                                                                        \.\"I-—F———H


                        O _     .   20                40            60                 80
                                          THR OTTLE PLATE ANGLE IN DEGREES
                                         3   HITACHI          +   wWEBER
                                                    GRAPH A—6.1


                                                                                                    A—6.2




                                                                                                            n A-S.ZZ 20
‘Degreesof VacuumAdvance (Crankshart Degrees
                                               ACUUM ADVANCECURVE:(1974.Datsun 8210ManualTransmission).._>




                                                                                            Aanee


                               SPARK ADVANCE KS8622
                                             ‘71 to ©74 B110.B210
                  45




                                            _




                                                                                                                   A—6.3 _
                  40


                  35
                                                                                       At 22.5 cm. Hg. and above
                                                                                       the vacuum advance unit will
                  30
VACUUM IN CM Hg




                                                                                       be held in the maximum
                                                                                       adxance position, which is
                  28                                                                   187   of vacuum spark advance.
                                                                                   4
                                                                                       ‘Between 10.5 and 22.5 cm. Hg.
                                                               >
                  20
                           p




                                                                                       the vacuum advance unit will
                                                                                       vary between 0° and 189 of
                  15                                                                   vacuum spark advance.

                  10
                                                                                  -1 At 10.5 cm. Hg. and below
                                                                                     the vacuum advance unit will
                                                                                       be inactive resulting in 09 |
                                                                                       of vacuum spark advance.
                  bo.q

                               — 20               40               60        8O
                                      THROTTLE PL ATE   ANGLE IN pEec REES
                                  C      HITACHIT .        OO+  WEBER
                                                 GRAPH A—6.3




                  Stumes


                                                                                                 A—6 .4



                          EGR      VALVE— OPERATION B210
                                    74 B210 REP.VALVE vs. O.E. YALYE


                                                                               /_

                                                                   m
TRAVEL IN MM




                                                                                                  A—6.4
               0. sp—m—p—a—f—is
                                               @
                                  t
                                      a




                 O           2.            4          —_   6       &          10    1 22
                                               VACLULUM 1N CM I&q
                     C   ORG.EGCR YALVYE                  +  NE   EGR YALVE


                                                   GRAPH A—6.4 |




                                                                                           Nee


                                                                                  A—6.5




                       GR VACUUM K8622
                             mm 7+ mm.s 210




                                                                                           A—6.5
VACUUM IN CM Hg




                                                                At 10.5 cm. Hg. and above
                                                                the EGR valve will be held
                                                                in its maximum open position


                                                                Between 6 and 10.5 cm. Hg.
                                                                the EGR valve will vary
                                                                between its fully closed
                                                                and maximum open position.

                                                                 t 6 cm. Hg. and below the
                                                                EGR vaive will be inactive
                                                                and remain fully closed.

                  20            ,  40           60         B0
                       THROTTLE PLATE ANGLE IN DbEecrees
                         _ HITACHI        +   wWEBER
                                 GRAPH A—6.5



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