Rick Morrison wrote:
> On Wed, 18 Mar 1998 22:03:00 -0500 Bill Schooler <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> >Kelvin Dodd wrote:
> >(major snip)
> >(Anyone want to buy a "split Weber"
> >> manifold for a B, mounts two Weber DCOE on a stock B head, one
> >barrel of each carb feeds
> >> one port). It's tough to balance power and economy with the
> >That's interesting. Since there's only three intake ports. How does
> >that work?
> Three intake ports?
> All my "B" heads have 3 EXHAUST ports and 2 INTAKE ports.
> Please explain
> Rick Morrison
> 72 MGBGT
> 74 Midget
Uhhhhh.....oops. Meant two, of course. Will restate question. Isn't a
45 DCOE a dual throat carb? Why use two of them? Honest question - not
meant to be sarcastic - just would seem like a bit of overkill.
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