Weber 32/36 DGV, 32/36 DFV, and 38 DGS Complete Carburetors
These carburetors are new from Weber, not rebuilt or remanufactured. The Prepared carburetors are modified by Ivey Engines to make maximum use of the rules for Formula Ford 1600 or FF2000 / S2000.
DGV, DFV, or DGS?
The DGV and DFV series are known as Progressive carburetors. For optimum fuel economy, the secondary throttle remains closed until the primary throttle is about halfway open. The classic Weber downdraft carb for daily drivers.
The DFV series operates the same as the DGV series, but the primary and secondary throttles are reversed.
The DGS series are known as Synchronous throttle carburetors. Both throttles open together for maximum power at the expense of fuel economy while cruising. Sometimes known as the Outlaw.
Dxx, DxMx, DxAx, or DxEx?
The letter A indicates a water (Acqua)-activated automatic choke.
The letter E indicates an Electrically-activated automatic choke
The letter M (or the absence of A or E, Dxx only) indicates a Manual (cable-operated) choke.
DGV: Progressive carburetor, manually-operated (pull cable) choke
DGEV: Progressive carburetor, Electrically-operated automatic choke
DFEV: Progressive carburetor, Electrically-operated automatic choke (reversed throttles)
DGES: Synchronous carburetor, Electrically-operated automatic choke
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The popular dual-throat Weber 32/36 DGV is flexible, easily tunable, and reliable. It is the carburetor of choice for racing classes from IT to Formula Ford.
Weber DGV Series Progressive Carburetors
Progressive secondary throttle on DGV Series carbs provides superior fuel economy and great mid-throttle driveability.
Weber DFV Series Progressive Carburetors
Same operation as DGV Series, but the primary and secondary throttles are reversed.
Weber DGS Series Synchronous Carburetors
Also known as The Outlaw, the larger, synchronized throttles on the DGS Series trade fuel economy for extra power.
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