1835 + bike carbs?

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1835 + bike carbs?

Post by Roadhog » Aug Sat 13, 2011 9:18 pm

Anyone ever done something like this? I was thinking of doing it for my dune buggy because most bike carbs can be blown through with no mods to them. My google fuu has failed me.

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Re: 1835 + bike carbs?

Post by Darkside » Aug Sun 14, 2011 11:22 am

Not sure about this exact setup but, anything is possible ;)
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Re: 1835 + bike carbs?

Post by choptopvolksrod » Aug Tue 16, 2011 9:34 am

if you can get the linkage worked out and manifolds and the jetting worked out it is deffinately possible. side draft carbs look cool too. but make sure the carbs are off a 4 stroke engine cause you will need accelerator pumps, 2 stroke carbs dont have them.

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