Looking for sea level carb jets (60-140)

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boeing7873
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Looking for sea level carb jets (60-140)

Post by boeing7873 » Wed Oct 25, 2017 5:32 pm

Does anyone has a set for sale or trade? Also, are NDIX32 and NDIX 36 jets the same?
I have a 55 - 135 set. Would like to try a 60-140 set.
Thanks! (Text me pls 404 747 129 four)
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Re: Looking for sea level carb jets (60-140)

Post by pcolette » Wed Oct 25, 2017 6:45 pm

Jim at Goatwerks probably has them if no one on the forum has them.
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Re: Looking for sea level carb jets (60-140)

Post by Jimm391730 » Wed Oct 25, 2017 7:37 pm

SAV has them, but they must be made of gold! $$$$
Like Paul said, try Jim at Goatwerks.
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Re: Looking for sea level carb jets (60-140)

Post by boeing7873 » Wed Nov 01, 2017 9:59 pm

Are the NDIX 32 jets the same?
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Re: Looking for sea level carb jets (60-140)

Post by The true Pinzgauer´s » Thu Nov 02, 2017 4:05 pm

The outer diameters are all the same, the jets are zenith standarts. look at http://www.ruddies-berlin.de/index2.html there you will find jets from Ford, NSU, Mercedes,Porsche,Borgward, Panhard, Studebaker ( all NDIX Carb) and on, all other typs of drill diametrics.

bigger jets are only nessesary at tuned engines, bigger Inlet and other Timings, unless the cylinder will have not enough oil for slipping...also a thing of the driven altitude of sea metres...

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