My old girl "Daisy"

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Re: My old girl "Daisy"

by claysummers » Sat Oct 14, 2017 3:15 am




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Re: My old girl "Daisy"

by 59wagon » Sun Mar 04, 2018 11:17 am

Hi Rob, done any more to Daisy?

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Re: My old girl "Daisy"

by Rob » Sun Jul 14, 2019 11:21 am

Bored with my triple SU’s so going to go back to original stromberg or maybe twin stromberg,s .. any one got any experience with twin stromy’s or is it a waste of time ?
 
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Re: My old girl "Daisy"

by claysummers » Sat Aug 24, 2019 9:19 am

Haven’t been on here for a while Rob. Regarding the twin strommies, I ain’t used them, just single and two barrel. The manifolds can be expensive to get hold of but then you have the SU set up to trade. As long as you get the right size carbs and decent linkages that don’t slip out of sync I believe they will work well but possibly not as well as a well set up set of triples. I have been told the small 4 barrel 390 Holley is one of the best setups on a Warminster six. That is my plan for the blue 202 I’ve got,and WW Stromberg for the stockish red motor.
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