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So this is how i made my runners to adapt my vw plenum to my factory intake elbows. i plan on showing you in poorly looking pictures how i built it and how much it cost.

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nice! which carb? i notice there are more pix in you album tx

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thats all folks right at $40 at your lacal home depot

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and no welding!

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right side bolts up as is. The 1" pvc connector fits perfectly in to the factory elbow and is damn close id to the vw plenum and the factory elbows.

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Looks easy enough. How does it run?

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cut 2 of these in half, making 4 shorter connector.

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LF cyl use 2 straight pvc connectors and 2 short connectors. perss all pvc flush and clamp tight.

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LR cyl use 1st un cut 45 deg at plenum with 2 short connectors

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seal itake hole in head and install elbow 180 out for perfect holder for making your cut. the pvc flush in the intake make the lenght for installation perfect.

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i know the pic is upside down
flip cut pvc connector so that the long side is in the elbow and clock it so that the jog is flush

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everthing fits tight and flush on the left

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and the right aswell

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fits perfectly in the gap with almost no tweaking. a truely easy build

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running a rebuilt 32 dft carb. bike starts idles and runs great, no leaks. the gas tank is out right now but it seem to be smooth. very simple build.

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Looks like it should work well. Can't wait for a ride report. Nice work.

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is there room for cold start choke? would you know the jetting?

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I cant think of one reason why a electric choke need to be on an oldwing ...stock carb don't have them ...in all the work ive done with the single ive seen no need what so ever ....and if one wanted a manual choke ...if you can mod the weber carb on then you can rig a manual choke ...im not doing that simply no need what so ever ...that I see ...throttle lock is all I use and it works fine ...

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:clapping: awesome :clapping: something even I could build....

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Wow!
I like HomeDepot (or in my case, Lowe's) custom.

The only concern is long term effect of gas on rubber and PVC which are meant for water.
But then, it's easy and cheap enough to do this again in a few years.

Where can I buy VW plenum?
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