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Hi Folks

One Corolla 1978  KE35 SR with 3K-D I assume since dual carb, and water "Cooled" intake. Only carb kit I could get hold of was for 4K-C question is what jets did a 3K-B/D have and will the 4K kit work at all? The kit number is Keyster K11-3511A for Corolla KE70 1979 and onward. What I mean work at all is needle valve and gasket etc so u can take a part and clean at least.

 

Cheers J 

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bugger i accidently bought that kit for my 4k in philippines, but can't remember what the jets were. i didnt end up using them coz they were wrong and caused a massive idle and low RPM power problem. 
I remember that they were all  relitively close to the follwoing 3K-C&H figures from the K series handbook:

3KC&H
Primary jets: MAIN 1.05mm, SECONDARY 1.41 mm
Slow jet, 0.47
Power Jet 0.8

4KC
PRimary Jets: MAIN1.1mm, SECONDARY 1.53
Slow jet, 0.53
Power Jet 0.8

so the 3K B it that i got, in the orange box, had something simialr to those 3kC sizes, but i think the major difference is the B Primary MAIN jet is ever so slightly bigger than the C (california emmisions)

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bugger i accidently bought that kit for my 4k in philippines, but can't remember what the jets were. i didnt end up using them coz they were wrong and caused a massive idle and low RPM power problem. 
I remember that they were all  relitively close to the follwoing 3K-C&H figures from the K series handbook:

3KC&H
Primary jets: MAIN 1.05mm, SECONDARY 1.41 mm
Slow jet, 0.47
Power Jet 0.8

4KC
PRimary Jets: MAIN1.1mm, SECONDARY 1.53
Slow jet, 0.53
Power Jet 0.8

so the 3K B it that i got, in the orange box, had something simialr to those 3kC sizes, but i think the major difference is the B Primary MAIN jet is ever so slightly bigger than the C (california emmisions)

Dual carb is actually 3K-B according to wikiedia.
but according to us here at rollaclub, buth B and D are dual carb.
and according to rollaclub, these twin carbs use

Primary 0.84
Secondary 1.4
 

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take this as gospel from the toyota parts list diagrams for twin 3KB carbs fitted to 1974 KE75 
http://www.japan-parts.eu/toyota/eu/1974/corolla-trueno/ke35l-ksb/5_161230_046_/tool-engine-fuel/2103_carburetor#21251

primary main 0.83 X2
Secondary Main 1.26 X2 (dissarees with previous rollaclub figure of 1.4)
Slow Jet 0.44 X2
Power Jet 0.55.

This is tthe carb assembly.
http://www.japan-parts.eu/toyota/eu/1974/corolla-trueno/ke35l-ksb/5_161230_046_/tool-engine-fuel/2102_carburetor-assembly
And the kit you are after is part number 04211-24070

for sale on ebay for 50 bucks.
https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Carburetor-Repair-Kit-Fits-Toyota-Corolla-KE30-E30-KE35-KE36-KE50-3K-3KC-/111874239684

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u have to buy 2 kits
I cna confirm this is all correct, you ignore labels on ebay listings.
Just look for that part number, it is for the twin carb on the following cars

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Hi

Super and thanks for all the links. Will try to get hold of them, mean while I think I will just try to clean the carbs, hopefully the gaskets fit if one brakes, got 2x 4C kit pretty cheap so took a chance.

Cheers J

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U may struggle with that gasket issue. There are a few different styles. 
One is a left hand side accel pump hole, 
other is right hand side accel pump hole,
and the other is a left side wiht one less bowl cover bolthole.

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