No, you dont need an adapter for the colourtune. Everything you need comes
in the kit.
I can't find the Gunson #4053 - but if its the one Ive got (called a
carbalancer I think - plasticy and cheap) then its a complete waste of
time. The little ball that is meant to float in the air doesnt - so you
have to constantly tap or shake it. Perhaps it was just mine that's like
this... I'd buy a more expensive momometer... in fact I think I might...
"Bsna, Piter, VF-Hungary" said:
> I am about to order some tools for carb tuning and I have two questions:
> 1. Do I need an adaptor for Colortune #4074. If yes, which one?
> 2. For balancing throttles (or possibly detect vacuum leaks) what is the
> best? The very special Carbalancer #4053 or a gauge like Lo-Gauge #4103
> (Gunson), Vacuum Tester #CP7803 (Actron) or #KM2512 or 11 (KAL) provide
> wider applications?
> Any experience is highly appreciated,
> spit 68
> the link I think well known
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