Tony Bones said:It's the super cheap junk version that I just happen to need for my bike that'll be equipped w/ super cheap junk. It isn't worth a damn thing.
You have been listening to 'poonster for too long.Tony Bones said:what's it going to cost me to find one and where do I look? Has anyone seen one? I'm willing to pay a lot. Seriously.
Granted, it's only the second thing on the bike I've wanted to do that he actually thought was a decent idea, but the idea was mine, all mine.G Griffin said:You have been listening to 'poonster for too long.
He has me on the same search for not one, but two! (just got one today...cheep!)
Oh, and dual magnetos.
Whatta pain this guy is.
Larry T said:Tony,
I've got one with an o-ring panhead manifold. I'm not real interested in selling it, but if you can't find another one we'll see what we can do. The cost of the carb isn't gonna be much compared to the surgery to have a double jointed knee install in your right leg to clear the carb. Man, they hang out a mile.
BTW, they're basically an oversized Linkert.
Wasn't the E first called the Shorty?? I think the B's and the D's were the same length as the L's, and there ain't nothin short about 'em.chicoman7 said:use a Shorty
I have no argument. I want the carb. because it's rare, just like I want 1st editions of old Hot Rod and Cycle magazines because they're rare. I'm like that.fatherfury said:larry T, finally some senceable talk. the L series carb's are ONLY for raceing.
they also look foolish, they were discontinued out of embaressment by S&S.
I know a few guy's that love em. its only cuz they think they're cool.
whats cool is a hop'ed up linkert!!! the badest most versatile carb ever used on a V twin. they have 8 different size venturi options, can be jeted to run excelent fast, slow & cruzing all in one. over the years Ive run pan heads with linkerts in circles around new & old bikes with all kinds of carbs.
thats a bad motherfucker. who wants a tinkering nitemare.