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Hi all,

There were a range of different carburetter types used with our Alfas and
I'm wanting to know which type of carbureretter was factory installed in the following car sold in Australia

2000 GT Veloce RHD (105.22)

I have been unable to find any spec sheet or other like document to identify exactly which carby goes with which 105 model type.
 

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Hi WA Alfa

2000 105s had Dellortos from 1971-74.
Then went to Webers.1974-1975.
Some also had Solex carbs,but most of them have been swapped for Delortos + Webers due to tuning problems,and some changed them cause of the name= Solex.
This is what was standard on Australian delived cars.
I just found that your car is a 1974 model so it could have either Weber or Delorto or Solex.And your engine number is AR00512-S20035..Not AR00512-0S20035

Robert
 

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To add, the models of the carbs fitted were Dellorto DHLA 40, Solex C 40 DDH-5 and Weber 40 DCOE 76/77.
 

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Hi,

My June 74' GTV (AR 2413945, AR00512 S20016) so a few cars before yours, came with
Webers.

Cheers.
 

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All good WA Alfa.

I have your car chassis number and engine number here in my archives.
Its very confidential.
Its listed as a 1974 model.
As Papajam said= Weber DCOE 76-77.
Australian cars can have different specifications to overseas models= all 105 2 litre=GT Veloce,Berlina + Spiders ,came with a LSD,but some countries overseas didnt.
But thats another story.
We,here in Australia,, didnt get Spica injection.
Glad we didnt also.
Lots of cars had Solex carbs,but were changed with Weber + Delortos over the years due to tuning problems.

Robert
 

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No sorry

Just have the chassis number,engine number,capacity=2000,year=74,model =2 litre,and chassis type=105.22

Robert
 
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