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I am looking for the main shaft fitted on Solex 34 paiua for Alfa 101.

Shaft is 8 or 8,5 mm diameter and 118 mm length.

No avalable in all kits avalaible in suppliers shop.

Thank you for your answer.

Chris
 

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Do you have an original? I've had replicas made for some Ferrari Webers. It's not inexpensive!
 

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I am pretty sure it's a Solex 34 :

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@ alphil : I already asked to the website, he doesn't have.
however, he offered me nothing else.

Is the length of the main shaft of Solex 35 is118 mm? Nobody answered me on this point.

So I'm looking for info or part.

Mine is 118 mm length and 8 or 8,( mm diameter (no matter, I will adapt).
 

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Germani Carburatori? Usually, for rare pieces or deep reviews, we go here:

 

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Thank you Sergio, I sent an email to them. Hope they will answer quickly.
 

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part not available.

we are going to make it.
 

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Capers! I'm sorry ... I was convinced that the good Germani could have been useful to you ...
 

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This part is not available as new. But I'm sure someone has the part on the shelves :)
 

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Hi Chris,

Fwiw, Hotlegs32 is correct, Weber 34 paia3, that you showed in post # 5, is not a carb for Alfa.
More particularly, that carb is for Fiat 125 (1967 - 8/1969)

Rgds,

Thierry
 

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Thank you for info.

3 points :

1°) The engine was fitted with this carburetor and was running.
Does this mean that the performance of the car is lower compared to the same engine with an "alfa" carburetor?

2°) The part I am looking for, even if it is for Fiat, is not available...

3°) What is the correct carb fitted on a 112 engine ?

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Thank you for info.

3 points :

1°) The engine was fitted with this carburetor and was running.
Does this mean that the performance of the car is lower compared to the same engine with an "alfa" carburetor?

2°) The part I am looking for, even if it is for Fiat, is not available...

3°) What is the correct carb fitted on a 112 engine ?

Thanks,
Chris
Chris,

Original carburettor for 101 spider was Solex C 32 PAIA-5

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Hi Chris,

A 112 basically had Weber 32 IBA, 32 DMTR and 32 DATR.
I thought that the 32 IBA was a 1 barrel carb and the other two were 2 barrel carbs, but didn't the 32 DMTR and 32 DATR have a smaller base than the Solex PAIA, APAIG or the Weber DCD ? They won't fit on the Giulia /Giulietta inlet manifold I guess.
What about the original air filter housing when using your 34 PAIA ?

Rgds,

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Not a very clear picture, but the carburator is fitted perfectly with the engine and the car was running great.

The car is going to be fully restored (a new thread for the forum !). Maybe this carburetor make a "more powerful" engine ?

All info are welcome :)

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