The Webers are a bolt on. They both attach the same.
BTW--> Paul, My mother is finally taking pix of the scrambler.
--- Paul Strassmaier <PaulS@dowa.com> wrote:
> I sure thought that webers were a "bolt on" app. to
> the solex manifold.
> Paul Strassmaier
> 67 2000
> I was at a friends house last night, and he showed
> off his '63 English Indy
> car (like a lotus 7?), don't know much about those,
> but it was neat.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Toby B [mailto:email@example.com]
> Sent: Tuesday, June 22, 1999 10:21 AM
> To: a roadster list
> Subject: Re: weber set up
> The sidedraft DCOE Webers
> have 2 venturis each, for 4 total, unlike the SU's,
> which only have
> So I don't think adaptors for an SU manifold would
> work very well...
> There have been rumors of a Weber- style manifold,
> or you could probably
> adapt a Solex manifold to work. Or just go with
> Weberphiles- any info on a manifold?
> And before the "just use a Solex pair" messages
> start, YES, the easier,
> more 'stock' way to do things would be Solexes.
> Some of us just have to
> be difficult...<grin>
> Charles Ellis wrote:
> > Can I have a manifold plat made to match up with
> the weber body, that
> > will
> > match up with the stock SU manifold, Not sure what
> will happen with flow
> > of air and gas to cylinders, I can polish intake
> manifold, any
> > thoughts????
> > Charlie Ellis