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5Deg Inlet Stubs
#774343 05/21/19 12:33 am
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Made a set of 5 degree intake stubs for the T150 when adding the starter. It lifts the carbs enough so the bowls do not have to be changed to the drainless type and enough room for a cover over the starter (important fire deterrent).
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Re: 5Deg Inlet Stubs
DMadigan #774346 05/21/19 1:16 am
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This would mean that your air cleaner would hit the sidecar ring? I have std straight mani's and a datebox/hurricane style [Clive Scarfe actually] air cleaner and there wouldn't be 1/2" clearance. Of cause if you cut the sidecar mount off then you would have heaps of room.

Re: 5Deg Inlet Stubs
DMadigan #774397 05/21/19 7:57 pm
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The lift is barely over 1/4" so it should fit? I think the gantry couplings can be shortened a little to move the carbs closer to the head.


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