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Change jets on carburator without removal?

I have a dbbl progressive webber on my vw it is a DG with an electric choke I need to re jet to a smaller size. I can see the jets on the top, do I have to dismantle the carb to change them?

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As long as your progressive is similar to my holley 5200(should be), the 2 jets you see from the top are the air jets. take some needle nose pliers and pull out the plate that is on top of them. now just screw them out with a flat head screwdriver.

there are 2 idle jets you can get at by screws on the outside of the carb. 1 is right beside the choke and the other is on the oposite side of the carb.

to get to the 2 "main" jets, you have to take out 5 screws off the top and as you pull off the top off of the carb, you have to use needle nose pliers to pull out a pin on the choke linkage(you sould be able to reuse the gasket, if not, trace out the old gasket on thin cardboard and cut out a new one). now that you have the top off you can get at the main jets at the bottom of the float bowl.

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