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post #11 of 13 (permalink) Old 03-16-2020, 11:00 PM
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I did mine. CV carb from a Harley. Tomorrow will be the first startup of the build.
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I did mine. CV carb from a Harley. Tomorrow will be the first startup of the build.
Can't wait to hear it on a vid...

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Diggin the conversions. Lord knows the stock setup sucks. Velocity is my only concern to a single carb setup. I think the twins handle the velocity well, but a single will have a hell of a venturi effect which the turbulence will always distribute one cylinder more than the other no matter what. While in small doses it wonít be hugely noticeable over time there has to be consequences to putting more fuel in one and less in the other. This especially if the design causes the throat to always bias one cylinder (which it will because the carb is closer to one than the other). I donít know what all the effect will be power wise, longevity wise, maintenance wise...... but something will surface. Hand made is my favorite way to go, but without a computer designed and machined part there will be imbalances and imperfections that cause anomalies. You donít know if you donít try so i say get it done and enjoy!


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