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h4 carbs (5 replies)

migliacars
9 years ago
migliacars 9 years ago
migliacars
9 years ago
migliacars 9 years ago

Im not sure im in the correct section so please more me if i am.
The other week i was routing around in my dads garage and found a set of h4 carbs with manifold and correct float chambers.

what are they worth, they look complete.

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spoon.450
9 years ago
spoon.450 9 years ago

I sold a scruffy set for £250 and bought a mint set for £400 within the last year. Hope this helps.

hawaiianblue
9 years ago
hawaiianblue 9 years ago

Burlen want the best part of a grand for a new pair and manifold, so that kind of sets your top end.

migliacars
9 years ago
migliacars 9 years ago

h4

hawaiianblu wrote: "Burlen want the best part of a grand for a new pair and manifold, so that kind of sets your top end."

i didnt think any one made new h4s now
not with the auc 4814 and 4815 float chambers

hawaiianblue
9 years ago
hawaiianblue 9 years ago

SU (AKA Burlen Fuel Systems) still make them.

[url]http://www.sucarb.co.uk/ProductDetail.aspx?pumpsearch=&Id=30162[/url]
For the Carbs.

[url]http://www.sucarb.co.uk/ProductDetail.aspx?Id=24660[/url]
Float Chamber LH

[url]http://www.sucarb.co.uk/ProductDetail.aspx?id=24659[/url]
Float chamber RH.

they've got the manifold on there too.

Basically SU are still going under the parent Burlen Fuel Systems, they have all the original drawings and tooling, I don't there there is much if anything they don't supply now.

They do factory rebuilds of your own carbs etc too.

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