Pump Jet for a Spanish Weber IDF carburetor.
You can recognize these by the text "Made in Spain" on the lower flange.
Available from stock in sizes:
In order to purchase the correct size, you need to make a choice through the drop down menu just above the "Add to cart" button.
Other sizes may be available on special order.
Please feel free to contact us with your requirements.
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The size, or calibration if you want to call it that, is engraved into the jet itself.
That way, you can always determine "what it was when it was produced".
This product is priced, and sold, as a single unit.
Required quantity per carburettor: 2
This is item number 12 in the drawing of the Weber IDF carburetor.
This is Weber Part Number: 76210
These jets squirt a pre-determined quantity of fuel down-stream with the air when the accelerator pump is activated.
This is done to prevent fuel-starvation when the throttle is suddenly opened.
Varying the size of the pump jet varies the duration of that squirt:
Larger jet = shorter time
Smaller jet = longer time
For varying the actual quantity of fuel that is "injected" each time that the pump is activated, the stroke of pump itself needs to be adjusted.
These jets are cast from a light alloy.
A calibrated brass bushing, visible in the photograph, is inserted from the bottom.
This, non-removable, calibrated busing is drilled to size and determines the "flow" of the jet.
That size (or flow if you want) is engraved in the horizontal part.
The jet is simply pushed into place and can be removed by hand.