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Above there are pictures of clean installations of bilge blowers where their bases are bolted to the foot box just in front of the firewall duct.
Is it still there?I know people who would save it.
You can PM me about it.
Seems easy enough to me. Below the bottom mark is "not enough", above the top mark is "too much". Anywhere in between is "OK".
When we bought our 63 Mini, it came with a set of GB wheels in addition to the stock wheels. The GB wheels have the following cast in the center - GB0.041
Thanks Rick and since I already have the DW cam, AL head and tubular headers I would not be making any other changes that might affect mixture.
Sorting through old cardboard boxes filled with rat nesting material and dead insects, I decided to do something that interested me more than old rusted and greasy small parts. So I took an SU apart...