Thread: 750 intake manifolds
05-18-2010, 07:28 AM #1
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750 intake manifolds
As I've been reading threads I noticed that there are different intake manifolds for the 750.
1st off: what I have, has a single nipple/hose barb at the pto cylinder for the auto cock which has been removed and capped.
2nd: is what I have only seen in pictures, three nipples and 3 oil injection fittings. One each for each cylinder.
Is one manifold better than the other?
05-18-2010, 09:13 AM #2
once removed from the autocock that hose should be connected to your fuel pump.
05-18-2010, 05:12 PM #3
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Neither is better than the other. It's just 1 will work better in certain situations than the other.
Some had the oil injection built into the Flame Arrestor. So if you wanted to install aftermarket FA's, you'd have to go premix or use another intake. The one with the fittings on the intake manifold would work great for that.
But if you have the oil injection fittings built into the carbs, then the manifold without the fittings would be preferred. Less chance for a problem.
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