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    Please welcome Inglese Induction systems to Club Hot Rod.

     



    Hey, take a moment to welcome and check out Inglese Induction Systems http://www.inglese.com

    If you're looking for something unique and provide great performance, they've got what you're looking for.
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    Oh man, nothing smells like an Italian carb in the morning!!!!

    I run Webers on everything. I get mine much cheaper at swap meets and yard sales, though. I bought a box of ten DCOE's at a yard sale for fifty bucks, once.

    My Corvair rally has two 40mm IDA's, The Y-block going in my 55 f100 is getting four 36mm IDF's, and I still have enough cores to keep me and my buds in Webers for life.
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    I saw my first set of their side draft webers on a Hemi in a 53 Chevy pick up last fall. Talk about an eye popping set up! That guy wins best engine trophy's every time he goes to a show, plus it runs good! Beautiful products, though they are pretty spendy!

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    Something to keep in mind though Madgrinder....Swap meet doesn't mean rebuilt, jetted, choked, etc for your particular engine. Not to mention, good luck finding four 48IDA's for your streetrod that don't need a lot of attention from someone in the know, and then there's the linkage, which if worn or not correct, or....Expect problems.

    Inglese offers complete packages to take the hassel out of tuning, and of course, even the plainest of webber systems look amazing as Pat said. So, if you want it to run well regardless of your personal understanding of tuning a single carb or four, and you want the best performance those carbs can provide, it costs money. But it's worth it!
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    Madgrinder,

    Wow! 50 Bucks for a set of WEBERs - even if they are not in perfect or even good condition, that is still a great deal!

    Inglese Induction Systems is the oldest WEBER rebuilding center in the USA. We can provide you with the finest quality service, weather you require a basic rebuilt, or complete detailing down to the most minute detail for your car.

    Contact Dan Miller at Inglese Induction Systems for more information: 203-265-3617 or e-mail Dan at iisystems@aol.com
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    Talk about a great looking set up!!!! Hey Brent, my birthday isn't till November, but could you buy me a set for the Ranchero and just give it to me a bit early????
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