Yep. Or MOSS 366-300 They still have them.
At 02:17 PM 9/1/2011, Seth Jones wrote:
>Peter is that this thing? I saw this in my February 62 issue of car
>On Aug 31, 2011 AD, at 8:29 AM, Peter Caldwell wrote:
>>In my opinion, the best synching tool is the S.U. kit with the 2
>>wires. (there are other tools in the kit as well) I like it as the
>>UniSyn is too variable... the reading changes as you move it around
>>the face of the carbs, and it alters the carb's function as it is
>>obstructing the flow.
>>The wires work at any RPM. They don't affect the running of the
>>carbs. They are actually giving you the relative height of the
>>pistons which is directly affecting the needle height, and mixture.
>>The Unisyn only gives you the relative butterfly opening which is
>>valid if and only if the needles and piston weights and springs and
>>piston interference are identical. The wires compensate for some of
>>that. (not all as we are not actually reading mixture)
>>There, I've said it. (oh, and the new Unisyns that I've seen are
>>crap) I have a selection of "Unisyns through the ages. From the
>>German made Motometer, through Edelbrock, and newer.
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