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While I’ve got my golf off the road I’m looking to fit my twin dcoe 40s to my 1986 1.3 mh. Fuelling, linkage and manifold all understood but I’m in need of suggestions as far as ignition goes. Dcoe carbs have no take off for ignition advance so the car will never run right on the current setup. Anyone know what people usually do in this application? Searched and searched but information is either limited or old pages 404. Read about everything from having the Advance weights and springs changed to standalone systems(which if possible I’d like to avoid for now) not the most cost eff
Pretty happy how the engine is running now on the twin DHLA40s, especially now the accelerator pedal can open the throttle plates fully Running 30mm chokes with 119 main jet and 200 air corrector. It's all good until about 6100rpm when it becomes a bit sluggish. It's not leaning out, I've played with smaller air correctors and 130 main jet and holey .10 emulsion tube and race tubes both .5 and .7 and I can vary the mixture from 13.2:1 to 12.3:1 at 5500rpm. It's not over rich, a 116 main jet gives 12.8:1 and behaves much the same at high end, but starts a bit late, so midr
Hello, I'm French, and I'm here because I don't find enough answer in my country... I have a 1.1L engine GG code (same as HB engine) fitted on a Golf mk1. Nobody in Golf want to tune a "small black", Polo guys know very well ! I want to put twin DHLA or DCOE carbs, but I have few questions... - I don't find many 1.1L fitted with twin carb, but a lot of 1.3L. I want to keep my original engine, so is it possible to have good results ? - The head is a mechnical, and I don't know if a "performance" camshaft exists for this type of head ? - The hea