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Classic Austin Mini Down Draft Weber carburetor kits

Classic Austin Mini Down Draft Weber carburetor kits

Classic Austin Mini Down Draft Weber carburetor kits
Part No: P4-004-P
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Any search for the ideal 2-barrel, progressive down-draft carburetor would surely end with the DGV Series. wide adaptability, easy installation, low initial cost, trouble-free maintenance, excellent drivability, increased fuel economy and improved performance. Designed for engines displacing 1200cc-2300cc, the DGV Series carbs feature diaphragm type accelerator pump circuits and models with manual, water or electric choke actuation. The DGV also has a power valve circuit to facilitate low vacuum running conditions. Greater improvements in throttle response at a slight penalty in fuel economy can be achieved by using the 38 DGAS synchronous opening model. This is a high performance alternative to most any DGV applications.
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