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Morris Minor 1.75 Su Hif6/hif44 Rebuilt Conversion Kit For 1380 Engines

Morris Minor 1.75 Su Hif6/hif44 Rebuilt Conversion Kit For 1380 Engines

Morris Minor 1.75 Su Hif6/hif44 Rebuilt Conversion Kit For 1380 Engines
Part No: MMKT0402
Internet Price $669.95
This Item has a $150.00 core charge.
This conversion kit provides the parts needed to convert your engine to use the HIF44 1 3/4" SU carburetor on your 1380cc engine. Kit includes a rebuilt carburetor, BDK needle, intake manifold, air cleaner, spacer, throttle cable and neccessary hardware. The rebuilt carb. will comes with all new seals, gaskets, needle & seats, and jet tube.  All parts are inspected, cleaned, and polished. This is a great upgrade from the twin SU carbs, easier to adjust and maintain and flows just as good.
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