Dan Horton's Chevy/Suzuki Conversion

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  1. Sep 24, 2013 #1

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    I was reading an old EAA Experimenter article about Dan Horton's Jenny and it had pictures of his Geo conversion with carbs. Does anyone know what kind of carbs those were or have any additional information about the engine?
     
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    Picture? Down or side draft? Down and it is probably a Weber 2 bl.
     
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    The picture I saw was in the EAA Experimenter online magazine. It was not the best. It looked like three individual carbs over the air intake holes.
     
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    I use to have a 3 cylinder Yamaha 750. 3 sidedrafts from a motorcycle would be easy
     
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    They look like flat slide Mikuni's to me.
     
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    Thanks for the replies. I was wondering what they were.
     

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