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Classic Austin Mini 1.5 Su Hif38/hif4 Rebuilt Carb With Manifold And Filter

Classic Austin Mini 1.5 Su Hif38/hif4 Rebuilt Carb With Manifold And Filter

Classic Austin Mini 1.5 Su Hif38/hif4 Rebuilt Carb With Manifold And Filter
Part No: MMKT0401
Internet Price $699.95
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This Item has a $100.00 core charge.
This conversion kit provides all of the parts needed to convert your small bore (998,1098) motor, as well as a stock 1275, to the high performance HIF38/4 1 1/2 SU carburetor. Includes a rebuilt HIF38/4 carb, AAU needle (for the 1275), intake manifold, air cleaner, spacer, throttle cable, and neccessary hardware.
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