Join Date: Jun 2008
Location: Running through the ruins, all directions wrong.
At Alfaholics we've found very little to choose between Weber and Dellorto carbs, neither is "better" or "worse" than the other. Except in two crucial areas.
1. You can still buy new Webers. Ok they may be Spanish not Italian (so what?) but new carbs are always preferable to some junk mismatched "pair" you picked up on EBay.
2. Webers have been the biggest seller for years so anyone with a rolling road will have a big box of jets and chokes they can swap around. They're also more familiar with the effects of a jet swap so your rolling road session will accomplish more in less time and at less cost.
For what it's worth, in the UK at least, 2 litre engines on Dellortos were considered to be quicker than Weber equipped cars in stock form. I like Dellortos personally, they're simple devices that work well.
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