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    Default Mikuni carbs

    Does anyone know where I can get a Mikuni rebuild kit?? Or some turbo headers??

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    Talking Mikuni's

    My friend just bought a 360 with a L 28 built and it has a set of triples. Where is a source of information on these carbs ? there dosent seem to be a great deal of knowledge here of these on this site. Would like information on jetting and tuneing and the like. If you can help that would be great and in my asking for information if We come across rebuild kits I will pass on the info to you. Thanks

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    Default just go to

    www.google.com and type in weber carburetors or redline and you will find a wealth of informantion

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    Default Mikuni America Corp.

    Try contacting MIKUNI AMERICA CORP. - the last I heard they were in CA.

    You are lucky in that you have your own Importer / Distributor / American division for these Japanese-built carburettors. We don't have anything of the sort in Europe, let alone the UK where I am based.

    Maybe they have not got their own website ( I'm happy to be proved wrong on that ) but surely they will have a phone?.....

    Just for the record - any info. regarding Weber carbs will not be of much use when you try to apply it to the sidedraught Mikunis.

    PLEASE don't be tempted to start messing around with the Accelerator Pump Stroke ( that threaded rod underneath the body ) as this will be something you find difficult to set up again.

    A word of warning - all these types of aftermarket "performance" carburettors are precision measuring devices. They all work extremely well if they are given a chance to do so, and if the person setting them up knows what they are doing. If you do not know what you are doing, then leave them to somebody who does. Its worth it in the long run.

    Alan T.

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    Smile Alan T thanks for the heads up

    also thanks for the quick reply . All the best to you and yours

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    Default Re: Mikuni America Corp.



    "Colourful fearsome cars were roaring in the woods again.
    The sight and sound of the mighty Datsun 240Z will long be savoured".

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    Z point , How do you drive a train when you cannot steer it. Another thing if a man is talking in the forest, and no woman is there to hear him , is he still wrong? Thanks for the heads up.

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    Z point , How do you drive a train when you cannot steer it. Another thing if a man is talking in the forest, and no woman is there to hear him , is he still wrong? Thanks for the heads up.
    You really want to know? In fact itís quite simple; trains use special wheels with flenses, so you normally canít get of the road. Traffic control leads you to the destination. Nowadays this all goes by computers in early stages they did it by hand. They are in control of the switches in the whole country; itís my job to arrive in time and watch the (light)signs.
    And much more but we are talking here about cars, right?

    And about woman; do you never heard about the bush woman in Europe?? They live here by the thousands.


    "Colourful fearsome cars were roaring in the woods again.
    The sight and sound of the mighty Datsun 240Z will long be savoured".

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    I was just kidding about the trains . I do realise how important the job is and how hazardest it can be at times. I have been to a few of the "mistakes", I was 22 yrs. a Fireman in Los Angeles. And as for a bush woman no I cant say that I have ever heard of them. We have Big foot here in Oregon forests 7' tall and covered with hair and smells like a pig. Could be a bush woman I guess . ZZZZEEya

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    Mikuni does not carry parts for the PHH. I would try Rebello racing. Look up Rebelloracing.com

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    Ditto on Rebello, also try www.wolfcreekracing.com phone 516-635-6775

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