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Old 07-05-2002, 05:23   #1 (permalink)
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Triple Weber Manifolds

Folks.

Intrested in gaining some information on a "triple weber manifold" for the 250 x-flow. I know a while back Redline used to make them (i think)

Any one seen the manifolds around recently, or had any expreience with them at all?

Im sure if i could get my hands on one, the XF would go like 5hit off a shovel.

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Old 07-05-2002, 06:33   #2 (permalink)
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redline still make them, they r advertisted often in car mags.
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I think that someone is still selling one in Trading Post (Victoria) for $230 & yes it's a redline but the webbers will cost you a fortune (over $1000 for brand new ones)
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Re: Triple Weber Manifolds

Hi
I'm new to these forums. I have an XF, and am getting another, but the second one I wanna beef up somewhat. I was thinking about a V8 but then I look at things like the charger E49's and realised I could put triple webers on instead (6 pack). Is it possible to adapt triple webers to Fords XF 4.1 carbi engine? It may cost more, but the mod would be tons easier. Any help?
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Re: Triple Weber Manifolds

Thats what the redline manifold does, enable you to put triple webers on a 4.1.

If you want a mild performance increase you could try searching the Alfa wreckers for triple 40mm. These will only be good up to a mild cam (<220@050") though.
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Re: Triple Weber Manifolds

u gotta watch out for the style of the manifold u get to make sure u get the right one i bought one a few weeks ago but it did'nt fit i'm chasing one that has only 5 bolts to fix to my 2V 250 pre xflow motor btw new 45mm's are $900 each 4 weeks ago cheers
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