22r replacement carburetor

Discussion in 'Toyota Pickup Forum' started by N1ck0145, Feb 10, 2018.

  1. OP
    N1ck0145

    N1ck0145 Active Member

    Well you answered my question kinda I was trying to ask if their was a way to leave the air filter and intake that came with the truck on because every 22r I see with the Weber 32/36 uses a k&n style air filter on it that is supplied with the carburetor kit. I was wondering if I would need another kit to get the air box to bolt onto the new carburetor.
     
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  3. OR17TRD

    OR17TRD Well-Known Member

    I don’t know but I’d leave the stock one if you can mak it work.
     
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  4. Bogunn

    Bogunn Well-Known Member

    Agreed
     
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    N1ck0145

    N1ck0145 Active Member

    I plan on trying and if I cant o might just try to make a bracket or a spacer or something to be able to put it on. Thanks for all the help.
     
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    N1ck0145

    N1ck0145 Active Member

    Im still not positive im going to get this one but i am definitely looking into it. If I do and have to make a plate would anyone like the measurements and/or should I maybe make a YouTube channel about working on things. No I wouldnt be doing engine swaps or anything super crazy at least I dont think i will. If I did I might would do it on the stuff that we do to the sequoia the scion the truck and the avalon. I could also do it on things like the Honda atcs and other stuff like that. What do you guys think about doing it?
     
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  7. OR17TRD

    OR17TRD Well-Known Member

    The more info out on the inter web the better. I say go for it.
     
  8. Crawdad

    Crawdad Well-Known Member

    Sorry man, wasn’t ignoring you intentionally, apparently phones don’t do well setting on the sides of hot tubs while it’s snowing,... and I wasn’t concerned with replacing it while on a ski vacation! Haha! Hope you figured out what you needed to.

     
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    N1ck0145

    N1ck0145 Active Member

    You are fine. Well I know what I want to do all that's left is to convince the financial advisor. Lce performance sales a kit with the 32/36 Weber and a choice between intakes. Would those intakes make a difference and what would be the difference between a single plane and duel plane intake. They also sale a swirl adapter or spacer and claim 5hp and 6ftlb of torque. Is that going to be around all the curve or does it just shift the power to another different place? Thanks for all the help!
     
  10. Crawdad

    Crawdad Well-Known Member

    Changing the intake manifold is up to you, the adapter plates work fine but a dual plane would be my personal preference. Single plane intake manifolds are better suited at higher RPM’s. Probably not what you need. I’ve never been a believer of the swirl adapters,... but that’s another one that’s up to you. If it tickles your fancy and you have the coin then go for it.

     
  11. OP
    N1ck0145

    N1ck0145 Active Member

    Ok well since the 22r head has some flow issues and I cant do the 20r swap because it is 88 model and the 20r head is only a direct bolt on to a pre85 I should definitely go with a duel plane and with the new intake it should bolt up to a 32/36 I shouldnt have to need any kind of adapter. I will be looking into that.
     
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    N1ck0145

    N1ck0145 Active Member

    Not sure if any ones still here but I couldnt convince the financial advisor to a new carb and intake but its running. Looks like the magic number to a carb rebuild is 2 times. Video.MOV
     

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