Here's mine already installed in a GT!roadkill said:Nice Steinmetz intake and Weber carb on German ebay. I'd buy it, but my project is going nowhere for a bit.
Actually, "Versand nach Weltweit" is "Shipping to worldwide" . . . "nach" means either "after" or "to" depending on sentence context.GTJIM said:...pity about the carb! That is a Solex DDH carb - Yes, Virginia, they made side drafts that bolt on to the Weber DOCE flange pattern.
He will ship: Versend nach weltweit = Dispatch after worldwide
Here's my earlier reply in the "Let's talk sidedrafts" thread. Kinda says it all!aknassassin said:Is that a good price for this side draft, it rocks and I'd love to have it, but is there a HP increase sufficient enough to be worth the money. I already have a weber 32/36 DGEV.
Nice engine . . . you really should swap that metal can fuel filter for a plastic one though (see below).Betta Carotene said:I noticed a big difference in in power over my 32/36dgev. Enough for me to recommend it. Doesnt sound quite as good as twins but still is pretty cool. Enough to make you want to keep the throttle open.
In most cases you would be correct . . . not with a Steinmetz Opel SSD and any carb! Rare and, for that reason, typically expensive . . . when you can find one!WOOFS-OPEL said:Manifold/carb just sold for $426.36 add that to all the fees associated with bank transfer (about $35.00) plus the $40.00 in shipping = $500.00 - I think I can do better finding something else in the states.