Put a weber carb on it and a better flowing exhaust and call it done.
I exchanged a few emails with redline weber about a carb kit a while ago. The manifold adapter for the Justy is the same as the ea82. The people at Redline-Weber don't know what a Justy is, so if you ask them about it they won't give you much in the way of answers. After providing as much info as I could, they advised me to get the ea82 kit, but go down one jet size and experiment from there.
I think a performance shop that deals with the Weber could give you better advice. The 32/36 DGEV is designed for use on a 1.2 L engine, so someone must know the optimum internal set-up.
Post by subyswamper on Jan 23, 2009 18:29:47 GMT -5
If you would like I could get the jetting figured out for the ef12 engine for webers. I have built many webers for subaru ea81 and ea82 cars with jetting set according to altitude where they are most commonly used. I have several webers I can rebuild if anyone is interested. Just to clarify I am refering to the 32/36 dgev/dgv. I also have a couple with mechanical/ cable operated choke setup. Let me know.
On a side note at sea level the jetting for the 1.8L ea81 subaru engine is 140's for the main jets and 170/160 for the air corrector jets. On the justy's I would run 120-125 on the mains to start with. For the air corrector jets I would go 155/160.
Hope that helps a little.
'89 Justy GL 2wd carbed Mods to come: Built up engine with turbo, ported head ,intake, delta cam, convert to 4wd and fuel injection.I do head and intake porting and carb rebulding.
Post by 89justyglfromhell on Jul 26, 2015 16:26:39 GMT -5
Hello, I saw your post about the available carberators that you have and I was wondering if I could get on touch with out about either rebuilding mine or buying one of yours. I have an 89 Subaru Justy GL and the carb recently went out. It has been really difficult for me to get it fixed. If you could contact me I would greatly apprecieate it. Jakmitch26@gmail.com