This set of 48mm came off a road race only 2.0. HAM heads, Tangerine exhaust, 12 to 1 compression, Jenvey stacks, etc Dynoed 142 at the rear wheel. Pulled hard to 7100 or so, but best was about 6500. Came on about 34-3600 and peaked at 58-5900, been to long to remember. Torque was pretty flat due to wider lobe center on cam.
Can't remember the jet for the high speed circuit, but a jet from a smalll Dellorto carb for motorcycle fits. The AFR was too rich on top, so we put the smallest jet available. That adjustment leveled the AFR to about 12.7
I know lots of folks use Webers, I just had better luck with the Dells. Car sold due to health reasons. Dallas area. There are 3 sets on samba, each for over $1100. $850.00 plus shipping. [attachmentid=744
Wow! I must be out of the ballpark on price. 2 days, 83 views and not one comment. $700 and a half gallon of Crown!
$600 and a gallon of crown!!!
That's half the price on the samba!!
Please CSOB step forward!!
I think we're suspicious, given your choice of whiskies...
That's a lot of carb for our cars, especially for the street. I'm almost tempted given my racing org allows me to run 38mm venturis (I'm running 36mm now on 40DRLAs).
A set of 35mm vents installed in these will work on a non-race engine. Shelby used 48MM webers on 289's for the street as well as race 427's just by playing with vents!!
If you have a 2.0 but are considering a 2270+ later, these have the flexibility.
Happy Memorial weekend! (brand of spirits is optional)
Ok! Ok! $550. And a barrel of Corona Virus vaccine.
I think I will just keep them for awhile. Thanks Teeners
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