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Join Date: Jul 2001
Location: mt. vernon Wa. USA
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X-faktory goes old school

It's not always about EFI.......sometimes you just gotta go old school with the carbs. My friend Dave brought his 71T motor up to be tested/tuned on the test stand......welll the carbs were not working well so ....they were stripped down, cleaned up and a rebuild kit installed and now.....MoBetta!....a little more refinement on the tuning, followed by a leak-down test and I'd call it real!




[B]Current projects: 69-911.5, Previous:73 911X (off to SanFrancisco/racing in Germany).77 911S (NY), 71E (France/Corsica), 66-912 ( France), 1970 914X (Wisconsin) 76 911S to Florida/Germany
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Join Date: Oct 2008
Location: PNW Marysville WA
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Al, you have made another Carbureted engine sing again!! Great work!!!

1970 911T "Albert"
1986 944 Sold
1980 Euro 924 Sold
1967 911 Sold but Greatly Missed!!
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