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I found where the Back yard Built goldwings moved to.
Hers the URL:

http://backyardbuiltgoldwings.multiply.com

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I would think the SU carbs would be too tall to work. Plus they take oil so you need to be able to remove the top plunger.
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Yeah, I don't think that I would use an SU either. I'm grateful that someone did provide flow data though. I've seen some crazy stuff mounted atop a GL motor.

'Ya never know...
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I found where the Back yard Built goldwings moved to.
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Better check that url again, I just tried it and member not found.





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Hey Glenn, this is the one that works for me:

http://www.gl1200goldwings.com/viewforum.php?f=93
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Hey Glenn, this is the one that works for me:

http://www.gl1200goldwings.com/viewforum.php?f=93
Yea, that one works. Seems they've merged the two groups together.

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I just posted the Info on another post, a repeat post kinda about the BackYard Site where we did these conversions, alot of Info. WE had to commbine the two site or all the Info that was gathered over the years would obviously been lost, No thanks to msn, but a big thanks to Vic !! CapMid my conversion, as of to date is the Holley/Weber 32/36, whatmight bethe CFM on that model, any Ideas?? Thanks,Bob
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Bob, If you have the Holley 5200 (a Weber 32/36 manufactured under license by Holley, known simply as the Holley/Weber) and it is aftermarket, you could have one of two. The small primary 23mm flowed 235 CFM and the large primary 26mm flowed 270 CFM, either of which provides enough flow capability for our GLs.

Measuring your primary venturi will tell you which one you have. That's all I can tell 'ya, but I'm sure you deduced that much already...


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