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Velocity Stack (Air Horn) for Weber 32/36 DGV Carburetor

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This aluminum velocity stack is designed specifically for Weber 32/36 DGV, DGAV, and DGAS Carburetors. Dyno tests show increases of 1.5 horsepower on both FF1600 and F2000/S2000 engines with no jetting changes.

This air horn assembly extends a total of 3.25 inches above the carburetor top plate surface. The cold-start choke assembly must be removed for this assembly to fit. A 4-bolt flange allows you to mount your K&N or Pipercross air filter base plate (sold separately) directly to the air horn assembly. No hardware is included.

Dimensions:
Top of airhorn to carb top plate surface: 3.25"
Top of airhorn to carb top plate projection horn (highest point on carb): 2.625"
Top of airhorn to 4-bolt airhorn flange bottom surface: 2.175"
Airhorn flange thickness: 0.188"
Length at top of airhorn: 5.25"
Width at top of airhorn: 3.375"

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Velocity Stack (Air Horn) for Weber 32/36 DGV Carburetor
 
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DGAV Air Horns

By Marty

from Auckland, New Zeland

Verified Buyer

Comments about Velocity Stack (Air Horn) for Weber 32/36 DGV Carburetor:

I bought thi item to avoid cutting up the rear tail piece on my VDRF80. The build quality is very good. Reason for purchase was purely cosmetic. I have since fitted a set to my Lotus 69FF. There may be a subtle improvement but it is hard to tell. They certainly look good. Since my purchase a couple of fellow FF racers on the grid have bought them too.

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