On Tue, 14 Apr 1998, Charles & Peggy Robinson wrote:
> Mike Lishego wrote:
> > know it's unlikely, but there might be some weak-link defect that a Weber
> > brings out that SU's don't...Just a thought...
> > Michael S. Lishego
> I don't consider that likely, Mike. After all, the setup hasn't
> worked right on _two_ engines that we have read about. No offense to
> anyone but it seems to point at the carb/kit.
I believe it's the manifold design. The reason you use two SUs instead of
one larger one is so that you can use a better manifold design: straighter
shot into the cylinders, less turns. The DGV manifold is much more of a
bending, twisting, direction changing affair. It wouldn't matter what
carb was on it; it's not going to be as effective.
Kevin Sullivan email@example.com
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1960 MGA "Baby"
1957 Magnette ZB "Pup"
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