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I've got the answer to that from a good source (archive)

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Posted by Trent in OK on June 25, 2001 at 15:47:30:

In Reply to: Re: I may or may not know what I'm talking about posted by Rob on June 25, 2001 at 12:27:46:

Rob, this is an excerpt from an email to a friend of mine. He knows cars having owned an Italian parts store for 9 years (which I used to work at..tons of fun). I don't really understand the last part of the answer but maybe you will. Hope this helps.

-Trent
76 02
73 SAAB Sonett
75 FIAT 128 Sedan


> Is it possible to shave weber floats so that the car doesn't starve on
hard
> corners? It seems like the 510 guys used to do such a thing.
>
If they're the black unobtainium type. Obviously not if they're brass,
though it might be fun to try!

When you're really a geek you solder tubes in the fuel bowl. They drilled
holes along the tubing and run them diagonally from the emulsion well up to
the opposite corner.


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