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Old 05-09-2009, 12:30 AM
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I have 2 of these from one of my sets of motors. What are they called? They go on the intake for 2 carbs.
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I have 2 of these from one of my sets of motors. What are they called? They go on the intake for 2 carbs.
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let me guess! You want to trade them for props as well ?
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I would call them a top carburetor plate for a supercharger.. Are you looking to Ebay them or something ? Ifso maybe add what blower ect.. Knowing your rides they didn't come off a 6-71 , maybe a 14-71 lol..

Maybe not the most technical answer but hope this helps you some, Scott
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let me guess! You want to trade them for props as well ?
I'm selling off all my old parts so I can buy a set of Turbines.
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I'm selling off all my old parts so I can buy a set of Turbines.
Well in that case I will shut up.
Please forgive me .
What do you need for props ?
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Gino, those look like carb adapters for inline 4500 series dominator carbs. More than likely will fit a roots style supercharger from 12/71 to 16/71. Most all superchargers like Mooneyhan, Littlefield, etc, are universal for the top adapter plates.

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What Frank said.I agree!
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Gino, I know what they are ! they are worth nothing when you have a set and want to sell ! they cost triple when you need them and there is only one set on the market !!

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Yup SC adaptors
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They are made by Kuhl superchargers
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