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    Re: Hazwan's Quad Bike Carbs Build Thread

    I'm curious. What would be an estimated expense if I chose to use this carb setup versus a weber? Is it all pretty much custom?



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    Re: Hazwan's Quad Bike Carbs Build Thread

    It all depends. The carbs can be had for cheap but if you could weld a piece of metal plate with some pipes then you get yourself an almost free piece of custom manifold. Or you could do what people usually did with the bike carbs conversion by chopping the stock intake off and attach the carbs directly to it

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    Re: Hazwan's Quad Bike Carbs Build Thread

    I've got a few vids from the other day

    This is what it sounds like from the outside. It's loud!!


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    Re: Hazwan's Quad Bike Carbs Build Thread

    I'm going to contact Chedda Auto and see if he can fab me one for a reasonable price. I can do a lot, but custom fab runners and such I cannot do at the moment. Plus I'm going to be purchasing some suspension stuff from them anyways. Been concentrating on getting my ASE certs, so no time for learning fab work too. I'm going to follow your build, I'm really diggin' it man. Keep it up!

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    Re: Hazwan's Quad Bike Carbs Build Thread

    those seen fairly simple to fab up, using an FI intake to get the flange from

    Haz that last WOT run was the awesome sounding. I dont know what it is though that makes that dive in rpm after a shift on so many Hondas when they get down on it. You would think the lude tranny was close enough gearing it would steady be increasing rpm on a WOT run. Maybe it is because it is WOT and its too much air at that load till it catches up?
    I sounds wonderfull, Im not trying to sound over critical, just making a blanket statement about a sound that annoys me with civics and those.
    Im going to make a 2nd wild guess at it and say its extra weight in the car, like tools, 150 lbs of speakers and sh*t lol.. I know it slows my car down tremendously,worse with the slushbox tranny, I forget stuff is in the trunk and feel disappointed when the car just runs out of power when It was fine before lol
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    Re: Hazwan's Quad Bike Carbs Build Thread

    Only ricers hit wot everytime you get a chance.

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    Re: Hazwan's Quad Bike Carbs Build Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by 2oodoor View Post
    those seen fairly simple to fab up, using an FI intake to get the flange from

    Haz that last WOT run was the awesome sounding. I dont know what it is though that makes that dive in rpm after a shift on so many Hondas when they get down on it. You would think the lude tranny was close enough gearing it would steady be increasing rpm on a WOT run. Maybe it is because it is WOT and its too much air at that load till it catches up?
    I sounds wonderfull, Im not trying to sound over critical, just making a blanket statement about a sound that annoys me with civics and those.
    Im going to make a 2nd wild guess at it and say its extra weight in the car, like tools, 150 lbs of speakers and sh*t lol.. I know it slows my car down tremendously,worse with the slushbox tranny, I forget stuff is in the trunk and feel disappointed when the car just runs out of power when It was fine before lol
    I have no idea at all. I thought it might have something to do with the reversion or whatever that is happening on the intake where the fuel sprays back out on WOT and maybe loads the intake up? I have no idea what I'm talking about tbh lol but a wideband and data logging would come in handy and see what's going on. Or maybe it's just how the it supposed to be with the gearing?

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    Re: Hazwan's Quad Bike Carbs Build Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Tdurr View Post
    Only ricers hit wot everytime you get a chance.
    Hey now at least my car runs and DRIVES

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    Re: Hazwan's Quad Bike Carbs Build Thread

    I've replaced the cut radiator hoses as the carbs couplers with these fancy silicone ones except they only available in blue. So I repainted my vc and other stuff to match






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    Re: Hazwan's Quad Bike Carbs Build Thread

    Looking great man, a pretty nice accent too!
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    Re: Hazwan's Quad Bike Carbs Build Thread

    man looks good

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    Re: Hazwan's Quad Bike Carbs Build Thread

    Digging the blue!
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    Re: Hazwan's Quad Bike Carbs Build Thread

    It's the A/C that's slowing him down! ;0)

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    Re: Hazwan's Quad Bike Carbs Build Thread

    Looks breath taking, love it.
    I would be tempted to stick some 13" or original wheel tire on the front just to play with it for an afternoon

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    Re: Hazwan's Quad Bike Carbs Build Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by rjudgey View Post
    It's the A/C that's slowing him down! ;0)
    I'll take my comfy ass A/C over speed :p

    I actually had the A/C turned off in that vid so in reality the car is actually THAT slow LOL

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