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Created: February 27, 2019
See our complete selection of K&N air filters for your Classic Mini. We have filter for all models of both original SU Carbs as well as all needed for a Weber conversion.
Created: February 11, 2014
Carburation and Interchanges , What is the correct carburation that you should use on a Mini? Many options can be used, from SU, single, duel, and Weber.
Created: February 04, 2011
So you have a nifty Weber DCOE or S&K Racing sidedraft carb setup for your vehicle. You're ready to chew gum and kick butt, and you've run out of gum. You bolted on the carb in place of your SUs or Zenith-Stromberg and voila! You have worse gas mileage, and the power gain is slight enough to be psychological.
Created: August 17, 2010
SU HIF44 & HIF6 Vac pipe take-off
Created: August 16, 2007
Mini Mania is proud to announce the opening of the Carb Shop. We now offer in house carburetor rebuilding, specializing in HS & HIF, SU models.
Created: January 19, 2006
For any rebuildable carbeurator or core. Amount determined by type and condition. Call today and learn how to turn that old carb into fast cash!
Created: May 21, 2005
Here are a selection of needles codes and the vehicle specs that they were used in...
Created: April 15, 2005
In the history of the Mini the drive to keep the product alive and marketable meant the factory decided to modernize the fuel system of the Mini from Carb to Fuel Injection. Thus in 1991 the first FI was installed on the Mini. Know as Single Point Injected or SPI for short, the system also incorporated its first ECU into the car. This version of the Mini was produced until late ’97 when it was changed to the Twin Point injected version (also know as a MPI Mini.
Created: March 22, 2001
When trying to improve your Mini’s breathing efficiency, carburation and inlet manifolds are open to as much speculation as other ‘performance enhancing’ components. A great deal of which falls into the b*llsh*t category. As is my wont, I’ll try and outline some basic guidelines.
Created: January 28, 2006
Manflow have a wealth of experience in developing and manufacturing exhaust systems and parts for a whole host of vehicles. We pride ourselves in the manufacture of race-specification exhaust systems for modern cars and historic vehicles.
Created: March 05, 2001
The 998cc engine is a very robust and tunable unit. It is also the most common engine found in standard Minis. Despite the lure of the much-advertised 1380cc alternatives, many simply want to get a little more from what they have at reasonable outlay.
Created: September 28, 2000
The third stroke, that following the compression stroke, of our four stroke Mini engine is the only one producing power. The other three consume it. Here we’re looking at with exhaust manifolds, so what we need to consider is how to minimise power consumed on the exhaust stroke as the piston pushes the spent gases out.
Created: September 04, 2019
Shop Mini Mania for Classic Mini (1959-2000) fuel systems accessories and parts including Classic Mini carburetor, hoses, air filter, fuel pump and manifold.
Created: November 29, 2018
Here's our selection of fuel system parts with new lowered prices.
Created: June 05, 2018
Here are our suggestions for prioritizing performance mods for your Classic Minis. We've specialized in Classic Mini parts since 1974. Founded by a Mini race car driver, here at Mini Mania we know speed.
Created: May 12, 2008
In today’s’ world of sky high gas prices with no end in sight it is not uncommon for owners to be saying to themselves that it is time to drive the Mini daily to save a little money on fuel cost. When was the last time you checked your gas mileage?
Created: May 09, 2008
Understanding the principle by which COLORTUNE works helps in getting the best out of it. That principle is commonly seen in action or paraffin heaters, gas cookers, or anywhere where a fuel is burnt in air to produce heat or energy....
Created: September 22, 2006
Last time we chose a manifold based on flow volumes, and a carbie based on personal choice, but which combination is best on this engine? With the engine finished, it is time to look at a variety of carburettors, inlet manifolds and exhaust extractors, to fnd the most suitable combination. There are a lot of fgures, but they are necessary, so bear with me.
Created: June 06, 2006
This edition will simply focus on the power unit as found in these late model Mini Coopers. The first of the factory fuel injected Mini Coopers were made available in the UK in 1991.
Created: March 24, 2006
We at Mini Mania have been very satisfied with our experience of being able to help almost any Mini Cooper owners when asked the question ‘How do I make it better’. With our 30+ years of owning and racing Minis we think we have done almost anything you can imagine.
Created: October 30, 2003
Mini Cooper High Performance Air Filters Facts
Created: May 25, 2018
In this video, Ed D'Arata, Mini Mania's SU Carburetor genius, goes through the differences between the various SU Carbs found on classic Minis, Sprite & Midgets, and Morris Minors. Use this handy guide to identify what carburetor is on your classic.
Created: August 06, 2008
Improving Your Mini Cooper Gas Mileage
Created: January 29, 2000
The HIF-series carburetor differs from the HF-series primarily in: 1) The design and location of the float chamber, which has been incorporated in the body of the carburetor, and 2) The introduction of temperature-sensitive mixture control to compensate for varying fuel densities resulting from changes in fuel temperature.
Created: January 29, 2000
Before proceeding to synchronize your carburetors and for best results, some preparation is in order. Your carburetors should be in peak condition with no play in the throttle shaft bushings. If these bushings are worn, synchronization is difficult or impossible to achieve since there will be a vacuum leak past the bushings.