Larry, that's what I'm running on my TR6, a set of ZS from an earlier TR4. 1
3/4, with the adjustment screw in the bottom of the bowl. Seem to work fine
for me, and cost effective (cheap!) The biggest cost was the overhaul kits.
And I had to fabricate some linkage. No biggie.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Larry Young" <email@example.com>
To: "FOT" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Tuesday, March 27, 2012 7:49 PM
Subject: [Fot] Best Stromberg Carbs
> I'm in the midst of my TR250 restoration. I want to warm up the engine,
> so the hardwired carbs will not do. I know Richard Good sells a system to
> convert the non adjustable ones, but would it be better to just get a set
> from a different year? I've already bought a set of TR4a Strombergs,
> since they are simple and adjustable. Is there a better choice if you
> want a good carb that is adjustable for tuning mods? I'm trying to keep
> the looks of this car original, so I don't want SU's, PI or Webers, just
> good adjustable Strombergs..
> Larry Young
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