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Author: Subject: Pinto air filters for a twin choke Weber
Jon Christie

posted on 17/8/21 at 07:02 PM Reply With Quote
Pinto air filters for a twin choke Weber

On the last legs of my Haynes build and have a 1600 pinto engine and know I have to have the air filter through the bonnet but I have a new twin choke Weber and I would like to have pictures with advise on the best way and type of filters to use and if possible the make ie K N or piper cross.
Looking forward to here any advise.
Many thanks
Jon

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snapper

posted on 18/8/21 at 07:13 AM Reply With Quote
There is an adaptor that fits on the carb which should fit under the bonnet that you can fit a pipe to and run to the nose cone and fit a larger cone filter but if you want to go through the bonnet then foam filters by Pipercross or Ramair would be preferable to the metal K&N type as there is more filter area.





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nick205

posted on 19/8/21 at 03:41 PM Reply With Quote
By twin choke Weber do you mean a Weber DGAV / DGV carb?

If so I ran a 2.0 Pinto in my MK Indy with a Weber DGV carb. A whole through the bonnet and a K&N filter on top of the carb.






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