Weber carbs ICT vs ICH

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Weber carbs ICT vs ICH

Postby robthechemist » 22 Apr 2010, 13:28

Hi folks, I have a couple of questions -

I'd like to replace the carbs on my 2l Aircooled engine and wondered 1, what are the differences between weber 34ich and ict? and 2, who in west yorkshire/ wherever would be willing to fit them and set them up if I bought all that was required?

2nd option is to get the solex carbs "done" by Gasure/ a.n.other.

Any advice greatfully received.

Ta. Rob
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Re: Weber carbs ICT vs ICH

Postby jason k » 22 Apr 2010, 21:36

both are useless really!!

if your spending the money get a pair of delorto 36mm or 40mm drla and all the associated hardware.

these will transform your bus
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Re: Weber carbs ICT vs ICH

Postby robthechemist » 23 Apr 2010, 06:42

Fairy nuff. Will have a wee browse today. With regards to fitting, where would be the best place to go?
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Re: Weber carbs ICT vs ICH

Postby jason k » 23 Apr 2010, 07:15

in yorkshire im not sure, perhaps baxter would have a go.

try www.brickwerks.co.uk for contact details.

whatever carbs you fit you will need to visit a rolling road to jet em properly.

failure to do so will cause failure of your motor!!! :ok
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