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Old 01-12-2004, 03:19   #1 (permalink)
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twin amd webers on standard manifold

Just wondering everyones opinion on doing this. Bang for buck is the aim. 500 holleys are going for too much so im considering this.

I have two manifolds and two carbies in perfect condition.

The idea is to either:
1) somehow 'cut' off two base plates for the weber and relocate each infront of cylinder 2 and 5 welded on.

2)Use the original inlet manifolds as they are but cut off three runners and run a flexable tube between the two for equal pressure. This would be two manifolds of 3, where as the other is one manifold.

Throttle would be connected together with a linking bar.

All emissions gear will stay, but coolant heater system wouldnt be inplace in #2 as it would be cut through on both.
Would the mechanical fuel pump be able to provide enough fuel with a T bar to split fuel to both carbs?


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Try it..You'll need some one who can weld alloy..
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