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Dgv Weber Kit For 948 Sprite
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Down draft
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Dgv Weber Kit For 948 Sprite

Dgv Weber Kit For 948 Sprite

Dgv Weber Kit For 948 Sprite
Tired of fiddling with SUs? The Weber 32/36 downdraft carb makes an excellent upgrade! This progressive two-barrel carburettor gives you the best of both worlds-power and economy. While cruising, only the 32mm barrel is operating, when you open the throttle the 36mm secondary kicks in! It comes jetted for a mild 1275 but, as with any Weber, a wide selection of jets is available. Economy & performance..when have you ever heard these two words associated with WEBER? The DGV is a down-draft, progressive linkage carb that provides both bottom and top end performance. The two barrels are different sizes for maximum economy when you don't have your foot into it and max performance when you want it! The down-draft feature allows for a good manifold to be fitted to the Mini with a proper air filter. Requires a separate exhaust manifold such as a 3-branch "Cooper" type or LCB" Comes complete with custom Mini Mania intake manifold, Weber carb, linkage and air filter.

Typical jetting: 32 choke side has 135 Main jet, 165 Air correction and 50 Idle Jet 36 choke side has 140 Main jet, 160 Air correction and 55 Idle Jet Will fit all A series motors.

2 Other Variations Available:
Dgv Weber Kit For 948 Sprite
Down draft
Dgv Weber Kit For 948 Sprite
Down draft
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