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Bendix Jet Size?

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Larry49EL
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Bendix Jet Size?

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Post by Larry49EL » Thu Feb 02, 2006 2:56 am

I have a jet stamped C66-183-22 which I believe to be 0.110". I also have a jet stamped C66-157...Does anyone know what size this is or what it is...can't find anything online...yet

Thanks,
Larry



King
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Post by King » Fri Feb 03, 2006 2:02 pm

Hi Larry

You can probably get the info you need by contacting Zenith Fuels Systems (manufacturer of Bendix) at: www.zenithfuelssystems.com/contact.htm.

or call them at 276-669-5555

I had some questions about my Bendix and just happened to have a surveying job accross from the factory. I stopped in and they were most helpful.

BTW my Bendix is doing a great job with my STD heads (basically a Shovelhead head).

King

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Post by VPH-D » Fri Feb 03, 2006 2:56 pm

The c66-157 jet is a 71-74 size 1.10
The c66-183-22 is later 74-75, size 1.10 [fixed idle tube carb body]
A idle tube is smallest, C idle tube is richest
VPH-D

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Post by Larry49EL » Fri Feb 03, 2006 6:33 pm

Thanks! Appreciate the help!

Larry

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