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I have the lynx manifold, throtle linkage and airfilter coming. I also have a new water neck and water pipe to bypass the manifold. I have the 45 DCOE already. What else do I need or should I know to get this on?

Also I'm putting my new exhaust manifold on tomorrow. Gona use all new gaskets. Anything I should know?

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syncro tool to balance the carbs out- what kind are you running weber- mikuni? Webers you will need to tune more ofen then mikuni's but mikuni's jet's tend to loosen frequently.

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From what I understand the standard fuel pump puts out enough at 3psi, correct?

And whats the valve cover port filter or bypass? I already have the new waterneck with the bypass pipe that takes coolant around the manifold I assume (havent seen the part yet).

Also, I'm running the single weber carb. Why do I need to syncro it? sycro the mixture for each intake? Or are you thinking I'm running dual carbs?

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The RamFlo air filter has a spot for the crank case vent so he does not need to bypass it. He is using a Lynx setup so the stock mechanical fuel pump will clear the manifold. As for the sync meter, he is installing a single carb so he does not need it. Had he installed a DUAL setup, what you said would apply to him.

I will be finishing installing my single Lynx setup and will post feedback tomorrow. So far, it seems to be runnning better than my 38/38 DGAS setup. I will post complete details tomorrow when I finish tweaking-up the carb and thoroughly road testing it.

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it turns out that the new DCOEs have an air bypass screw in each barrel, which allows the barrels to be synchronized WRT each other. At idle, the right barrel of my single 45 DCOE was flowing about 30% less air than the left barrel. Seemed to run a bit better after I balanced things out, but this is difficult to prove objectively.

Chris B.

'73 ex-Malaga

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