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Intake and exhaust manifold

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Brad500

10-16-2020 07:16:12




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I was beginning to take off the carburetor last night but noticed where the carburetor attaches to the intake there appears to be a separation between the intake pipe and where the carburetor attaches. It doesn't look like it is cracked but very clean as if someone sawed through it. Is it supposed to be this way? I would think this would allow air to get it from the outside and the carburetor to set to run to rich. I have looked an the manifolds offered as replacements and they appear to made differently. Will a replacement manifold fit with no modifications needed? Thanks in advance.

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J.Wondergem

10-18-2020 10:13:23




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 Re: Intake and exhaust manifold in reply to Brad500, 10-16-2020 07:16:12  
Glad to hear that.



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J.Wondergem

10-17-2020 14:27:16




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 Re: Intake and exhaust manifold in reply to Brad500, 10-16-2020 07:16:12  
Another thought, you could spray some WD40 or something on it while it's idling and see if it speeds up.



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J.Wondergem

10-17-2020 14:17:40




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 Re: Intake and exhaust manifold in reply to Brad500, 10-16-2020 07:16:12  
I think I see maybe where your talking about. Kind of looks like a flange or something in the casting a inch or two below the vacuum plug?



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Brad500

10-17-2020 17:49:27




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 Re: Intake and exhaust manifold in reply to J.Wondergem, 10-17-2020 14:17:40  
Yes thatís it took off the carb and it appears it just one solid piece maybe left over from manufacturers. Just appears to be two pieced



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Brad500

10-16-2020 14:54:46




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 Re: Intake and exhaust manifold in reply to Brad500, 10-16-2020 07:16:12  
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No right below the vacuum plug. The carburetor is below that and attached to the the intake part of the manifold. Just above the flange where the carburetor is attached is the separation You can see it in the photo.



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Jim in Rush co

10-16-2020 14:45:31




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 Re: Intake and exhaust manifold in reply to Brad500, 10-16-2020 07:16:12  
I had my TO35 running today and thought of your manifold post so I grabbed a couple of pictures. Are these what you are talking about? Made that way to take the high heat of the exhaust and the cool of the intake at the same time.



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J.Wondergem

10-16-2020 07:27:36




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 Re: Intake and exhaust manifold in reply to Brad500, 10-16-2020 07:16:12  
I can't see it, but it doesn't sound right. Can you get a light to shine on it better when taking the picture?



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Brad500

10-16-2020 07:57:19




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 Re: Intake and exhaust manifold in reply to J.Wondergem, 10-16-2020 07:27:36  
It is right below the plug on the intake. I will try to take a better photo tonight.



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