[ROVERNET - UK] 2000 TC carb needle valves/ MGC
slatskars at comcast.net
Wed Aug 15 06:02:41 BST 2007
I wonder if you may have the wrong type of float bowl lids on your
carburetors. The HS types have a hinged float. The float chamber also has a
small plastic line out of the bottom that is part of the primary jet
assembly. This is the most obvious identification feature of the HS type.
Cancel that thought. The HS has three screws holding on the top, whereas the
H and HD are held on with a single banjo fitting down the center. I guess
that it would be possible to simply install the free floating floats from an
H or HD into the HS float chamber and substitute the pivot and needle
assembly also, rather than use the proper hinged float. However, I cannot
imagine why someone would do that??? If that is the situation, it should be
relatively easy to restore then to the proper HS type of floats and float
----- Original Message -----
From: "Nathan Obuch" <nathanobuch at yahoo.com>
To: <rovernet at lyris.ccdata.com>
Sent: Tuesday, August 14, 2007 7:22 PM
Subject: [ROVERNET - UK] 2000 TC carb needle valves/ MGC
> I'm still a bit confused.
> I have looked at the pictures of the HD8s and can
> definitely say that's not what is on my car.
> The picture of HS8s matches what I have on my car,
> which also corellates to the tags on the carbs (AUD
> 254 front & rear) as mentioned in the Burlen fuel
> systems page.
> The floats are definitely completely free floating and
> act on a lever which is attached to a pin at the top
> of the float bowl lids.
> I think I might just order the MGC needle valves and
> see what happens. I'm sick of being dinged with
> customs processing fees for minor parts orders from
> Canada/ overseas...
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