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*SOLD* weber dcoe 45, BBS, bottlecaps, getrag 245

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2 Weber 45 dcoe made in italy with some sort of weird racing mod. If you know what this mod is please let me know. One of them has jets and one does not. They will need to be rebuilt $200 for the pair SOLD

Lynx intake manifold never used $150 SOLD

BBS wheels x4 with good tires $500 SOLD

Bottlecaps x4 with good tires $100 SOLD

Getrag 245 5 speed. Unsure of condition. Make offer SOLD
 

 

 

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I really don't know how old the tires are. When I acuired my car they were on it and the guy said there were probably about 100 miles on them. I have had them for about a year. I'm guessing a few years old. They were garaged by him and me. 

 

 

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Oddly, for racing, a DCOE does something kind of ugly in a left- hand corner on a 2002- the fuel sloshes to one side,
climbs the float bowl wall, and gets sucked into the air corrector.  So that super tall hat is to prevent that.
I suspect it works,  those guys know what they're doing (JB Racing)  The rest of us just epoxy over part of the
top of the carb, and that keeps fuel from making it over the top.
 
The extended wells on the bottom, I don't get.  They must have thought they had a pickup problem.  Maybe this was
for an off- road 4x4 or something where they got it to some pretty extreme angles?  No- one I know has ever had trouble

with keeping fuel in the well...

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2 hours ago, TobyB said:
Oddly, for racing, a DCOE does something kind of ugly in a left- hand corner on a 2002- the fuel sloshes to one side,
climbs the float bowl wall, and gets sucked into the air corrector.  So that super tall hat is to prevent that.
I suspect it works,  those guys know what they're doing (JB Racing)  The rest of us just epoxy over part of the
top of the carb, and that keeps fuel from making it over the top.
 
The extended wells on the bottom, I don't get.  They must have thought they had a pickup problem.  Maybe this was
for an off- road 4x4 or something where they got it to some pretty extreme angles?  No- one I know has ever had trouble

with keeping fuel in the well...

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that makes sense. thanks for the info.

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