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Old 09-15-2008, 11:44 AM   #1
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Default RACING CARB intake kits on sale, with free shipping!

yes you heard right, only on RCC you can get a deal like this!
the carb kit consists of a 12A intake manifold,fully jetter 47mm OER carb.. its also turbo prepped for free, fully assebled ready to install and drive. i will post some pics later today so you can see what these beauties look like..

the total discounted cost for these kits shipped to your door for free is $1,000.. i will even cover paypal fees!

here is a link to more info on the carb kits

http://www.rotaryshack.com/carbkits.html
also if you have any questions please feel free to ask
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Old 09-15-2008, 10:29 PM   #2
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Old 09-17-2008, 02:59 PM   #4
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Old 09-18-2008, 11:04 PM   #5
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actually i do have a question, mostly regarding the OER carb. For use with a super charger as a draw through, there is no need for boost prepping is there?

I have been thinking about the turbo carb thing since i am moving to a high altitude but the costs of turbo stuff makes me hesitant on doing it. And EFI would be down right pricey since i wouldn't do my Megasquirt with it (at this time)

I wouldn't mind getting your thoughts on this since you have extensive carb experience.
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Old 09-19-2008, 08:57 AM   #7
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actually i do have a question, mostly regarding the OER carb. For use with a super charger as a draw through, there is no need for boost prepping is there?

I have been thinking about the turbo carb thing since i am moving to a high altitude but the costs of turbo stuff makes me hesitant on doing it. And EFI would be down right pricey since i wouldn't do my Megasquirt with it (at this time)

I wouldn't mind getting your thoughts on this since you have extensive carb experience.
as far as using any carburator for a draw-thru turbo system or for use with a supercharger there is no need to boost prep . you also dont need to use a rising rate fuel pressure regulator or an EFI high pressure fuel pump.. standard carburator units work fine for draw-thru/S.upercharged applications..

also, i can supply you with some larger air bleed jets and some smaller main jets to fine tune at high altitude.
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hmm...well I have a Nikki carb on the car that Peejay that tinkered with. But once i get to Colorado, i was either going to finish my fuel injection setup (i have an MS unit, just need a throttle body and some misc. crap) or get a better side draft carb since i have a side draft manifold laying around. But just running another carb would be pretty easy. I would need another FPR since i dont like the one i have.

im kinda rambling, but i frankly dont know which route to take. I have alot of EFI experience and functionally NO carb experience...
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Old 09-19-2008, 09:37 AM   #9
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hmm...well I have a Nikki carb on the car that Peejay that tinkered with. But once i get to Colorado, i was either going to finish my fuel injection setup (i have an MS unit, just need a throttle body and some misc. crap) or get a better side draft carb since i have a side draft manifold laying around. But just running another carb would be pretty easy. I would need another FPR since i dont like the one i have.

im kinda rambling, but i frankly dont know which route to take. I have alot of EFI experience and functionally NO carb experience...
the nikki will work, the OER will work(and it looks nicer) and the EFI will work.
the sidedraft carb does come with an owners manual and is fun to tinker with
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well i am to get rid of the nikki regardless.

i also see you see EFI throttle bodies. What do you have DCOE style wise? Pricing? You can make this a separate thread if you want.
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well i am to get rid of the nikki regardless.

i also see you see EFI throttle bodies. What do you have DCOE style wise? Pricing? You can make this a separate thread if you want.

the sidedraft throttle bodies i sell are very high quality units , and quite pricey(in the $700.00 range)the units i sell use the cast fuel rail mounts unlike the competitors( the thin sheet metal fuel rail mounts have been known to flex enough to let one end of an injector pop out causing an engine fire)

the throttle bodies i carry are available in 48,50 and 55mm
all sidedraft units come with 2 injector pockets, fuel rail, velocity stacks
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how would that price compare to an OER?
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how would that price compare to an OER?
i dont understand. you cant really compare the two.
with a carb, you buy it your done. with efi, you need an ecu, a bunch of sensors, a throttle body, injectors and lots of tuning.. as far as bang for the buck, the carb wins hands down
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hmm...well between now, and when i get a job lined up in Colorado, ill have to make a choice on which route i want to go....

carb wise, ill be hitting you up for sure. If i go EFI, i might still be needing some things, especially this T5 adapter. But TMW has a DCOE TB for 320 dollars that is about a 50 or so i believe.
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Old 09-20-2008, 12:23 PM   #15
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hmm...well between now, and when i get a job lined up in Colorado, ill have to make a choice on which route i want to go....

But TMW has a DCOE TB for 320 dollars that is about a 50 or so i believe.
keep in mind, twm sells all pieces separatly, meaning you have to buy the throttle body, fuel rail, hardware kit ,velocity stacks, and tps individually
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