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Help Identifying Carb
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Hi,

Does anyone else recognize this twin carburetor? for which car and manifold that would work on an A12?

Thanks.

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Re: Help Identifying Carb
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Could that be from the 323/Laser? They were only factory twin hitachi downdrafts ive heard of. Those look like the (single) Hitachi DCG306 used on the regular 323s

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Thanks, do you know if it can be fitted to an A12 engine?

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Sure, most any carburetor can be used on an A12. What others have done is use two stock A12 carburetors, cut two stock manifolds in half and block off the cut parts. The stock carburetors don't even need rejetting

After looking at Mazda photos, they seem different than what you have -- those have large vacuum secondaries and a non-rectangular flange

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Thanks! Have you got some links on a thread were they used the stock manifolds or pictures?

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Rich

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Hmmm I've not been able to find my photos

It's done like this. You can use JB-Weld to block the cut opening
Use two manifolds cut the same way. Discard the small portion

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Something like this.. Be sure to block the manifold neatly and carefully.. Put two stock carbs on em and game time!

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Also possibly a twin carb setup from a Subaru EA series engine could be from an EA63, an EA 71 or an EA 81 twin carb engine also

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