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Uni-syn Carb Sync Tool

Uni-syn Carb Sync Tool

Uni-syn Carb Sync Tool
Carb synchronizer Using the Uni-Syn is the fastest and easiest way to synchronize airflow through twin carbs. It is much more accurate than putting a hose in your ear. (Though not as much fun!) A must-have for anyone maintaining twin carbs!
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