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    new GP800 carbs (Mikuni 44 "I" body) complete

    I have a pair of 44's off of a GP800 motor that was never installed in a boat. Complete and unmodified with flame arrestor setup. My camera took a dump so no pics ATM, Price dropped to $150 shipped for the carbs add $25 for the stock flame arrestor setup (in the US).
    Last edited by Yamanube; 04-16-2009 at 02:54 PM.


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    Back to the top, need to get these sold to buy parts for my build. Make offer.

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    Stop staring at my tits NJJer's Avatar
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    Some questions for you

    What are "I" body carbs?
    Have any pics, as I really don't know what they are?

    Will they bolt onto an dual 44 R&D manifold for a 61X?

    Will standard SBN F/A adapters fit on these?

    TIA

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    Quote Originally Posted by NJJer View Post
    Some questions for you

    What are "I" body carbs?
    Have any pics, as I really don't know what they are?

    Will they bolt onto an dual 44 R&D manifold for a 61X?

    Will standard SBN F/A adapters fit on these?

    TIA
    I wish I could get some pics, the battery for my digital seems to have taken a crap and wont even hold enough charge for one pic. The "I" body carbs are the standard carbs that came on GP800/1200 motors, they are a SBN44 with an accelerator pump. I am not sure of the internal differences between these and standard SBNs but they will definitely not fit on any manifold (that I have seen) for 62Tcases and will not use standard SBN F/A adapters.
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    Stop staring at my tits NJJer's Avatar
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    Thanks for the reply.

    Sorry but it looks like I will not be able yo use them.

    Free bump for you anyway.

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    bump for a nice set of carbs

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    Back up, buy a brand new set of carbs for the price of a rebuild.

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    They have a larger fuel pump.

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