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  • #25683

    lonesome
    Participant

    It’s something I’ve always wanted to try, and it seems like these guys can make it happen. For a price. I’ve messaged them anyhow. Anyone else know a manifold supplier?
    11th Hour Industries

    #25687

    kaptainkwak
    Keymaster

    Errrrrrrrrrrr

    Webber or SU style?

    #25688

    lonesome
    Participant

    Unbolting one and reinstalling the other style 😛

    #25697

    kaptainkwak
    Keymaster

    I have a sneaky feeling it won’t be quite that simple ha ha.

    I have manifolds for both types and am SU carb. Never fitted them but will probably get around to it one day.

    #25765

    smiddl
    Participant

    Mine had it done before I bought it , has a mikuni carb

     

    Smiddl

    #25766

    smiddl
    Participant

    another picture

    #25767

    Furiousjammin
    Participant

    That looks very nicely done smiddl. Can i ask what may be a stupid question?

     

    What are the benefits of a single carb? (Apart from it looking sexy as hell)

    #25768

    smiddl
    Participant

    I suppose no balance issues and the standard carbs have a tendency to split the diaphragms which can be expensive .Mikuni is quite a straightforward reliable carb and plenty of cheap available spares .No real performance gain but as you say looks pretty good

     

     

    #25771

    kaptainkwak
    Keymaster

    As smiddl says no balancing is the main advantage but also settings are guaranteed to be identical. There are various ways I’ve seen this done but not seen the Mikuni done before. What size and model is it?

    The B and G models all use 38mm carbs whereas the others use 34mm carbs. Don’t get confused thinking a single carb needs to have double capability as they are used alternatively as each piston rises on it’s compression stroke. A single carb of the same capacity will do this it just does it twice as often.

    KK

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