For smooth idle and best operation of any car with multiple. Synchronization to get carburettors working concurrently. By carefully following steps 1 through 8, maximum results can be achieved in a minimum amount of time. Refer to illustration A or B for basic linkage types. Adjustment in steps 4, 5 & 6, or refer to vehicle manual for linkage adjustment.
Step 1: Warm engine to normal operating temperature. Step 2: Remove air cleaner(s).Step 3: Adjust idle screws to factory specifications. Step 4: With engine at idle, disconnect throttle to all. Place Carb-Sync on carburettor still connected, with air flow control (A) in an open position. Gradually turn downward until float (B) in tube rises to center line of tube (C).
Step 5: With links still disconnected - and WITHOUT. CHANGING AIR CONTROL (A) OF CARB-SYNC, place carb-sync on each remaining carburettor. Set each carburetor throttle stop screw to bring the float to the same level as the first carburettor setting. Step 6: Adjust remaining links so that when they are con.
Nected to throttle levers, float (B) remains the same and all levers move at the same time. Step 7: If idle speed is too fast, back off each idle screw. The same amount until proper idle is attained. Recheck with Carb-Sync, making certain float is in the same position for each carburettor.
If not, repeat steps 4, 5 and 6. 1 x 10/16 (16mm) A/F. 1 x 45/64 (18mm) A/F. Designed to go where larger spanners can't.Tie a piece of string to it so when in falls into the depths of the engine bay, it can be easily retrieved. So long as you tie the other end of the string to something as well!! Check before you use E10 Petrol in your Classic Car. E10 means petrol contains up to 10% renewable ethanol.
To date, petrol in the UK has contained up to 5% renewable ethanol (known as E5). During summer 2021, the standard (or Premium) petrol grade in the UK will become E10.
If your vehicle is not compatible with E10 fuel, you will still be able to use E5 by purchasing the Super grade petrol from most filling stations. Filling stations will clearly label petrol as either E10 or E5.Ethanol is known to degrade rubber and many metals and alloys used in Classic Car Fuel systems. If you do fill up with E10, dilute with E5 as soon as possible.
Do not make a costly mistake! Motoring across the world with the Historic Car Parts Shop.(manufacturers names used for reference purposes only). Outside UK, VAT will not be charged. It should not be altered / tampered with/used. The item "MG 1100 1098cc 1962-68 SU Twin Carb AIR FLOW METER & JET SPANNERS" is in sale since Wednesday, June 7, 2017. This item is in the category "Vehicle Parts & Accessories\Car Parts & Accessories\Air & Fuel Delivery\Carburettor Parts".
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