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My truck has been to 3 different shops to get tuned and still runs like crap. We put a REMAN aisin carb on it right when we bought it. Since then, I have straight piped it and put a drop in K&N air filter in it. I was wondering if I could/should re-jet the carb to make it run smooth and right?
 

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It would be nice if you could, but unfortunately its not possible on the stock carb.
 

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Okay. I've read a bunch about carb switches, but since it's kind of a application specific thing, I guess I'll just get your guys' opinion on which one I should get. First off, I'm over hauling my engine next summer, so should I just wait till then to put it on?

My truck is 1986 4x4 5 spd 22R. Straight piped and will have K&N filter. Aim for mileage more than anything since it's my DD and I also take it off-roading very often. Don't know if Holley or Weber is better. I heard one can eliminate vacumm lines. I am just sick and tired of having a crappy idle and having choke problems. Didn't know if you guys could recommend a specific carb for me? I'm not boring the engine out, just putting an economy cam in it from LC Engineering.
 
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