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 Post subject: Dual Weber Setup *PIC*
PostPosted: Wed Apr 24, 2002 11:21 am 
Hello, just wanted to introduce you to a new intake carb set-up that is available.

Its an Offy Intake machined to fit two downdraft weber carbs. Fully tunable. Nice set-up. ALL NEW.
See at <A HREF="http://www.ProLineFuel.com">www.ProLineFuel.com</A>

Thanks for the ad guys.
Chris Jones
ProLineFuel

http://www.prolinefuel.com
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 Post subject: Re: Dual Weber Setup
PostPosted: Fri Apr 26, 2002 6:40 am 
Just a question... roughly how much power does this make? How difficult is it to keep those webers in sync? Especially for folks with lead feet like me...


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PostPosted: Fri Apr 26, 2002 9:47 am 
(User Above) wrote:
: Hello, just wanted to introduce you to a new
: intake carb set-up that is available.
:
: Its an Offy Intake machined to fit two
: downdraft weber carbs. Fully tunable. Nice
: set-up. ALL NEW.
: See at <A HREF="http://www.ProLineFuel.com">www.ProLineFuel.com</A>
:
: Thanks for the ad guys.
: Chris Jones
: ProLineFuel


Thanks for the info. / update Chris, great job getting some ads in the recent Mopar Mags.

Here is a look at one of your set-ups I saw at a recent car show, it is in a SL6 powered "Cop Car"!
DD



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 Post subject: Re: Dual Weber Setup
PostPosted: Sun Apr 28, 2002 9:00 am 
Weber claims 15% increase bolting a weber on anything. When I ran this on my stock Duster, it really woke the car up, however I have no hard numbers or dyno tests. They are downdraft carbs..and since going into a shared plenum (crossover in the intake) they are no problem. The Webers hard to keep sync'd are sidedrafts where you would have a carb per cyl/ These are a breeze.

DD - Yeah that car belongs to one of my first customers Frank Furtaw. Really a neat guy. Did an awesome job on the set-up.
(User Above) wrote:
:
: Just a question... roughly how much power does
: this make? How difficult is it to keep those
: webers in sync? Especially for folks with
: lead feet like me...



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