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  1. Hello Bryan,

    I read your posts from 2017 about brackets for the round air cleaners that you manufactured.  I was wondering if you had made anymore or if you have another source.  I am interested in a set.  Thanks for any information you lend me.  -Ron (Seattle)

  2. Thank you! With what you just mentioned and Ireland said earlier, I bet the 160 air corrector is going to be my ticket. I'll report back once I get it in there and test it out.
  3. Running the stock fuel pump, so that shouldn't be an issue. With the comments I have received so far, seems like the 160 air corrector is the way to go...
  4. Thank you! I have a 155 and a 165 coming in tomorrow, so hopefully that will get me in your ball park. Really appreciate the help!
  5. Thank you for pointing me in a direction. I'll get some parts on order and try to get this figured out!
  6. Hi Tom, Thanks for the fast reply. Do you remember how much bigger you went by chance? I'll need to get a a few on order.
  7. Let me preface this by saying I’ve searched the FAQ, The Google and have the Haynes Weber book. For some reason, this whole Weber tuning thing has either going over my head, or I am making myself think that it is. 1969 2002, currently running close to CD’s prescription in my 32/36. Mains: 140/170 Air: 145/170 Idle: .60/.60. Engine is stock, other than a 123, headers and Ansa exhaust. My AFR readings are somewhat ok, except cruising on the highway, 75 mph/4k-4.5k rpm, the reading is close to 11. I’d really like to get the readings up on the highway. Any Weber gurus able to point me in the right direction? I have a 1,000 mile trip planned this weekend and would like to get this dialed in a bit better. Thanks in advance, Bryan Michigan
  8. We are putting on a "non competitive" rally this September 7-8, 2019. Starting and ending in Kalamazoo, Michigan. The driving will mostly be on secondary roads, heading to Ohio, the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, the Tunnel of Trees on M119 and returning to Kalamazoo. Guaranteed beautiful scenery! If your interest is peaked, I invite you to check out our website www.roundheadlamprally1000.com We are also on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/RoundHeadlampRally1000/ Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/roundheadlamprally1000/ Any questions, please let me know!
  9. I have a rear fog light converted to a third brake light on my bumper. We attached a rear brake light flasher like what is on an ambulance and it really gets peoples attention. I think it was like $10 on Amazon, well worth it in my opinion.
  10. blepley


    2nd owner
  11. What about having Bilstein rebuild your struts/shocks? I had them rebuild my HD front struts years ago and had them rebuild to the Sport version. Was a little less expensive then buying a new set.
  12. I was searching for rear B8's before Vintage and had to source 1 from Rockauto and the other through Tire Rack. It was a pain..... Looks like everyone is out now...
  13. Still looking for a set. Let me know if you have have a pair!
  14. Hey, think I saw you at a Cars and Coffee last fall. We have 4 cars from the kzoo area that will be down at the show. I've got the '69 Colorado 02 "Kindle", make sure you say Hi!
  15. I have not, how much play would be acceptable? I assume it will shift a little bit due to the rubber mounts?
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