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Originally Posted by GaryR View Post
46mm Webers, will be FS complete with all hardware and air cleaners soon...
Gary, Are you offering a discount for the OP?

They look brand new, what happened, you change your mind?
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Got it Lorin, It will be the weekend following my June 1st race at Watkins Glen (not in that car obviously) and I will come up with a number between now and then. They will need to be cleaned out, I start the car every few months but I was going to have them rebuilt by our local Pelican expert before using them. I decided to go full EFI on this car.
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We just did carbs and mega jolt for a racecar and it is awesome. Here is the twist, we did zeniths with my custom venturis and drilled out jets. The thing starts nice, idles great, and has incredible throttle response. I have a S curve and a RS curve programmed that can be switched on the fly with a toggle switch on the dash.

I am considering putting the mega jolt on my 77 track car and selling my rs curved dist and msd. The mega jolt is cheaper and WAY better.

This makes me want to shed the cis on my turbo.
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