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PostPosted: Mon Sep 19, 2005 6:13 pm 
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Hi, ive decided to ditch turboing, and a family member has offered his help with rebuilding and tuning my engine, we've discussed carbs, and im thinking bike carbs and TBs are allot of money, but would like something reliable, either twin 40s or 45s, i can get these easily however, finding a manifold has proven difficult anybody know where i can get one?

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In all seriousness - did you try the search feature?

Second in the list is this which lists two different sources for what may be the same manifold.


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I tried, but ive only just realised that i mispelt weber, my apologies

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Bill Falconer in Scotland will do you an excellent one for about £250 including all bolts and a set of carb spacer seals, nuts and sping washers Ph 01450 371338

Hamgar on UK Swift also got one made locally for I think around the same money.

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Thanks for the info, a while back there was a website selling manifolds but i have no idea what it was, i think hamgar got his from there im gonna pm him and ask him.

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Yo found the company, its in Belgium and i dont think they are that expensive either

http://www.chadil.be

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Excellent Contact.

I am looking for an air box design for my carbs which will clear the master cylinder and I would say they can help.

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No worries man, i had it stored on my favourites :oops: and trawled through lots of links finding it!

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Believe it or not, there was a link to that website in the post that I provided a link to.

For you RHD, UK types - if you're planning to run twin side draft webers with an airbox, you might want to consider some sort of remote brake master - take a look at the Ford Fiesta see how they do it.


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