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Carburetor Su Hif6 Hif44 Rebuilt 1.75

Carburetor Su Hif6 Hif44 Rebuilt 1.75

Carburetor Su Hif6 Hif44 Rebuilt 1.75

Carburetor Su Hif6 Hif44 Rebuilt 1.75

Carburetor Su Hif6 Hif44 Rebuilt 1.75

Carburetor Su Hif6 Hif44 Rebuilt 1.75

Part No: FZX1280-REB
Your Price $325.00
This is a Special Priced Item
This Item has a $125.00 core charge.
Good as new for half the price. This is a great upgrade from a twin set up and is easy to adjust and maintain and delivers high performance and reliability. 1-3/4" SU HIF6 carb rebuilt with "BDL" Needle - good for stock 1275 engines. For 1380's, we recommend changing the needle to a "BDK" (see NZX8010) Comes with all new seals, gaskets, needle & seats, and jet tube. All parts are inspected, cleaned, and polished.
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Way better than twins
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Replacing my twin HS4s with this really put the car into reliable daily driver mode. It takes a big load off your list of hassles and you can go back to troubleshooting your electrical. Just keep that dashpot topped up (I use Marvel Mystery Oil) but you're used to that already.
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