Webber carburetor

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kit of bits
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Re: Webber carburetor

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I have a spare Downton manifold if anyone is getting excited..
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gsamps
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Re: Webber carburetor

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Hey Timmy, what’s the go here?

“90 degree speedo adapter”

Might be the solution I’ve been looking for.
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timmy201
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Re: Webber carburetor

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gsamps wrote: Thu Nov 24, 2022 5:37 am Hey Timmy, what’s the go here?

“90 degree speedo adapter”

Might be the solution I’ve been looking for.
I found mine at the wrecking yard on a Rover 3500. You can find them on eBay or from speedo repair shops too. The part number is BH 2410/10
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Re: Webber carburetor

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awesome, thanks.
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Re: Webber carburetor

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Twin 1.5 Su's on Maniflow steel manifold work on a road/track/rally mini - I build them with the MED stub stack ITG filter kit and they give good power delivery and are pleasant to drive on road - my race engine uses 45DCOE on very long manifold but there would be no point having this on a mini used on the road - also few people can actually get webers tuned really well they are complex to get right across the whole power range but once set are super
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