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Old 10-04-2002, 20:21   #1 (permalink)
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how and what do i need to do to change the fuel bowls around so that the fuel is being feed into the carb on the opposite side .... bit of detail please im dumb??????
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Maybe just swap the bowls .... ??? Assuming you don't have fuel lines connected yet - you undo the four screws securing each of the bowls, swap bowls, replace the four screws to secure each bowl in place - fuel inlets will now be on opposite side and you can connect up the fuel lines???hopefully.
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T3 man got it right.. but if you dont know what you are doing get someone who does to do it for you!
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Just be aware though that a rear fuel bowl has the fuel level sight plugs at a lower level than the fronts so you will have to adjust the fuel levels accordingly.....
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I cant imagine why you would want to swap them around, but don't swap over the bowls.

Perhaps turning the fuel line around so it feeds from the rear instead???

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Hi Howy,long time no hear...
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Old 10-08-2002, 04:21   #8 (permalink)
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