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This has probaly been covered before but here goes
im thinking of fitting either twin carbs or a progresive weber to my 1300 twinport in my daily driver, twin carbs being the prefered option.
what would be the best set up for this? i was thinking either 34 ict's 36 idfs (maybe too big?) or Kadron's
i know i could fit a 1600 but the 1300 runs fine apart from a massive flat spot (i think its the carb cant seen to get rid of it :confused:)and icing up in cold weather.
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progressive weber would work well, but would leave you with the flat-spot if icing is the cause
34ict's would also work well but you may be disapointed with the power gain against the dollar you use to buy them
are you using stock dizzy or 009?
if using 009, this could be the reason for flat spot
heres a good site for curing it with stock carb
http://www.bostonengine.com/articles/009.html
sort out the flat-spot and you may decide to stay stock on the carb side
carb icing is caused by blocked heat risers, an easy job to sort out
.........and very rewarding 'cos your car will run a lot better
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