2.3L of fun

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Re: 2.3L of fun

Post by funwithmonkeys » 24 Nov 2019 08:16

No it is this one.
www.fillernecksupply.com/amp/harley-cla ... akyn-8669/

I bought the last one they had.
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Re: 2.3L of fun

Post by wagon jon » 20 Jan 2020 20:11

This is a great build thread. Coupla questions I didn't find: is the engine a 2360? What intake manifold are you using?
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Re: 2.3L of fun

Post by funwithmonkeys » 20 Jan 2020 20:16

The engine is "around 2300" as Andy put it. The block is stamped with SE2300 so I assume is is bored out special for Andy. I have a long runner cannon intake manifold. It is a very tight fit for the carbs unless you turn the brake master as mine is.
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Re: 2.3L of fun

Post by wagon jon » 21 Jan 2020 09:34

Speaking of the break turn or cantilever bracket you have, do you have another? I would like to perform the same magic turn also in my 510 :-)
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Re: 2.3L of fun

Post by funwithmonkeys » 21 Jan 2020 09:45

Byron can probably make them. I think he is the one who made them originally.
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Re: 2.3L of fun

Post by wagon jon » 21 Jan 2020 16:54

Ok, I'll hit him up. Thanks
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Re: 2.3L of fun

Post by 510rob » 21 Jan 2020 18:01

I think Graham Ramage (the transmission guy) was originally involved in that project.

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Re: 2.3L of fun

Post by Byron510 » 24 Jan 2020 05:41

Hi guys, I did make a few of these many, many years ago. Norm, when your car was being put together by Andy, he did approach me for a bracket as he’d see the one I made on Malcom’s car. But in the end Andy made yours on the same design.
And Rob, I think you’re right, Graham was involved on one as well - independently. But I don’t recall who’s car it was.

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