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  1. https://www.zcar.com/threads/1972-240z-with-ara-air-conditioning.356474/
  2. THIS ADVERT HAS EXPIRED!

    • FOR SALE
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    Selling for a friend who accidentally bought these for his 40mm carbs. These are for 45 mm throats 50mm height Fit Weber, Mikuni, and SK Racing / OER $300usd shipping included

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  3. View Advert SIX 45mm velocity stacks Selling for a friend who accidentally bought these for his 40mm carbs. These are for 45 mm throats 50mm height Fit Weber, Mikuni, and SK Racing / OER $300usd shipping included Advertiser 240260280 Date 10/07/2021 Price $300 Category Parts for Sale  
  4. tvs is often referred to as tps. Not sure on afm sticking. It would certainly reduce air flow if the flap stuck.
  5. Only TVS is connected to the pedal.... look there
  6. Life and rediscovering synths... yes I was deeper into them than datsuns.
  7. 369 Needle is an SM needle. Just tuned a 71 with these rich bastards. 369 is Beck-Arnley's Part No.
  8. 556 for sale again... up from the $1,800 above. https://www.ebay.com/itm/165013655212?hash=item266b948eac%3Ag%3A-GIAAOSwz1NgndTv&LH_ItemCondition=4
  9. It is for aligning the nozzle sleeve (that holds the jet) to the centre of the piston. If you disassemble the bottom of the carb, you will find the nozzle sleeve has freedom to be repositioned within the nozzle sleeve set screw:
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