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Old 01-28-2015, 04:28 PM
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Excellent picture, exactly what I was looking for.
So the PMOs connect directly to the linkage rod that comes through the tin.
Oui... There is 2 pivot point on the triangle for either tall or short manifold adapter. The instruction are pretty strait forward but you would notice right away if you pick the wrong hole.

Hard to see on the picture but I got short adapter so the horizontal line going forward is hook through the top hole (shown). If I had the tall one I would use the button hole (not shown) so that the rod going forward would still be in the horizontal plane.
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Hard to see on the picture but I got short adapter so the horizontal line going forward is hook through the top hole (shown). If I had the tall one I would use the button hole (not shown) so that the rod going forward would still be in the horizontal plane.
OK, last trip to the garage for tonight...

Now you can see the other hole. So if I had the taller adapter, I would use the empty hole in order to keep the rod (that goes forward) horizontal.


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Recommendation: Take a moment to look at the links that have been posted in this thread - fairly certain they will answer most of your questions.

Good questions and responses, but at some point it's going to take a little studying.

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A source for K-nuts

Several people have recommended replacing the 13mm head M8 intake manifold nuts with 10mm head M8 k-nuts for better clearance of the PMO manifolds.

This place will sell them to you, I just ordered a set.
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I need a set of those... I'm on with 13mm but it wasn't fun.
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Breather connections

Anyone have pictures of the breather connections?
Do they go to the watershields on both carbs?
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Anyone have pictures of the breather connections?
Do they go to the watershields on both carbs?
...most leave the breather connections out and vent to a catch can. I don't think there is an advantage either way, but the catch can provides a cleaner installation.

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Anyone have pictures of the breather connections?
Do they go to the watershields on both carbs?
That is what it look like. I ran with it for a year before going the Catch Can way.



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Great pic and super clean install of the PMO oil catch set up!
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That is what it look like. I ran with it for a year before going the Catch Can way.
Very nice engine JJ. Pictures like these are just pushing me more to the PMO way !
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That is what it look like. I ran with it for a year before going the Catch Can way.




Did you have issues with Oil in the carburetors when you had the breathers attached there? I've heard other people com;ain of the oil smell when they vented directly into the engine compartment.
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Did you have issues with Oil in the carburetors when you had the breathers attached there? ...
No and for the smell since I drive with the top down all the time nothing come back in the cabin.
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Left PMO manifold with studs installed and linkage plate

Here's the left manifold with the studs now installed and the linkage plate installed.
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Air cleaner plate and stud

Here's the air cleaner plate and studs installed on one of the carbs.
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Bench setup

Carbs sitting on manifolds.
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Ok, more pondering about an oil catch can, several people are using that, but isn't that the whole point of the breather being routed into the oil tank then coming out of there. Isn't it really using the oil tank as a catch can. I'm not really seeing why another catch can would be needed. Any thoughts on this?
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That's how mine is. Just a breather filter on top of the stock oil tank.
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Manifolds

Here are both manifolds with studs installed, linkage plates and the linkage installed on the front shaft.
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adjustment

On the left manifold the linkage connection plate has a small amount of adjustment for the length. This is where the shaft that runs between the two carburetors will attach. Don't crank this fitting down until its been adjusted when installed on the car.
NOTE: both of these fittings on the left and right manifold were un-tightened when I received my PMOs, be sure they are tightened down when you install.
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