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Re: weber 45 sidedraft suitable for street use (archive)

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Posted by delk on April 26, 2000 at 06:38:18:

In Reply to: Re: weber 45 sidedraft suitable for street use posted by Benkku on April 26, 2000 at 02:59:06:

: : hey 02ers

: : are the 45 sidedraft setup suitable for the street? one of my buddy's friend is selling this setup for $500, is this worth it? how much power will i gain from this setup. currently have 292 cam with minor port and polish head. thanks

:
: Yes, if they are correctly setup. (linkage, syncronisation, chokes, jets etc...) One problem might be finding a suitable air cleaner assembly (tight fit) especially if you drive in conditions where you need pre heated air.
: With a header, electrical fan and a couple of weber 45īs you can expect the engine to have about
.
: 160 hp is easy to reach with some headwork- and

40's would be better but yup
2.2, 300 cam,extensive head work and 180 hp.


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