This is one reproduction from the Conrero race intake manifold for 1900 and 2000 engines.You can fit 2 x 40mm DCOE on your 1900 and all 2000 102 engines!No more problems with the standart Solex carburetors and more power.The Auction is for the intake manifold and the 4 rubber blocks,the carburetors and air filters are not included!!!!!!!
Since this is supposedly a racing manifold, I'm guessing that this port is for a vacuum brake servo (not introduced in 102 production models but probably a good addition for race cars).2000 touring sp said:The lock on the right port, first picture, what is the function for that
67alloy said:How can we get them to produce a Weber 6C manifold? Just took a ride in such an equipped car this past weekend in NoCal and I'm a believer.
A reasonably priced manifold could fix a lot of those cars left to rot, and give them the performance (or at least, sound) that they always needed. If enough of them had it, it could change the way everybody regards the model.
Put me down for an advance order for a 6C Weber tooling, OK PARTS.
Ruedi. OKT's "conrero" 102 and 1900 intake manifold does not have any water running through it. So the "fitting" is probably a banjo joint to add a vacuum boost. Two liter does not have a vacuum booster. And they all have drum brakes all around -- not like 2600 where some are drum and some disk and some both. Yet would not be a great problem to convert.tubut said:Since this is supposedly a racing manifold, I'm guessing that this port is for a vacuum brake servo (not introduced in 102 production models but probably a good addition for race cars).
Looking at the 102 parts catalog, I saw that the standard intake manifold had 2 ports for radiator coolant (front and back) that this racing manifold doesn't seem to have. I always thought temperature management of the intake manifold was necessary so that the mixture wouldn't change. I can only imagine that racing engines run in such narrow temperature bands and are adjusted often enough that temperature management of the intake manifold is not necessary. But for a street engine, the story is probably quite different.