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CONTENTS

SECTION 1
A four-point guide to getting the best performance
Page 6

and economy from your S.U.(s).

SECTION 2
Servicing, dismantling and reassembly.

Page 12

SECTION 3
Tuning twin carburetters.

Page 24

APPENDIX 1
Carburetter specifications

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APPENDIX 2
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SECTION I

S INeE so many people have been

iii Entry of air into carburetter.


i.e :-The fitting of an air cleaner
system or the selection of a size
and type of ram pipe, or the decision to use open-intakes.
iv Profile of jet needle.
Size of jet and range of jet needles
is governed by the size of carburetter.
To be certain of obtaining the
correct solutions to the above
points, the engine has to be mounted on a test bed and a series of
set
procedures
carried
out.
However, it is possible to arrive
at a carburation setting which is
reasonably close to the optimum
by careful road testing and applying a given sequence to the operation.
It is advisable, after a long run
with an experimental jet needle
fitted, to check both spark plug
appearance and condition of the
tail pipe bore. In both cases 'whiteness' is a sign of weak mixture.
Having obtalned a jet needle which
allows the car to accelerate
smoothly up to maximum revs,
is steady under part throttle conditions and is also satisfactory
at the top end, then consumption
tests can be carried out.
These should be undertaken in
good weather conditions and if
the standard fuel system is used
(sometimes a separate gallon tank
is fitted for this purpose), fill the
tank to the brim, note the mileage
carefully and refill to the brim.
This will give the exact quantity of

writing in asking what needles,


and jets to use in such and such
car or induction set-up, and in
view of the fact that it is impossible
in most cases to give a clear cut
answer we have attempted to explain just how one can obtain the
correct answers.
First let us consider why it is
usually impossible to give a c1earcut answer to reader's carburation
problems. As explained in the
recent Mini Tuning series and
book, even small variations in
engine specification can radically
alter the carburation requirements
of an engine. These variations can
be as obscure as small differences
in port or chamber shape, or as
obvious as the fitting of larger
valves and different manifolds and
camshafts. Thus it is quite possible that two identical motors
with outwardly similar conversions, and identical written specifications, can in fact have quite
different
carburation
requirements. To complicate matters even
further there is still the human
factor of the fuel-consumption-toperformance-ratio preference of
the individual. Tuning an S.U. Carburetter installation to match an
engine specification is, a matter of
selecting the following iterns r-
i Size and number of carburetter(s) to be used.
ii Strength of piston spring
fitted above the carburetter
piston.

fuel used.
To obtain the best m.p.g. figures
without sacrificing performance,
these consumption checks should
be done at steady speeds, (say 30,
40 and 50 rn.p.h.), and also at top
speed; then if there is excessive
consu mption at particular points
on the needle then a closer setting
can be looked for. (See back of
this book), bearlnq in mind what
part of the needle is affected.
Two last points to remember
are:When going from weak to rich on
the setting it is usual to try a
dimension about 002'1 (two 'thou')
smaller at a time, but when going
from rich to weak at a point on the
needle, it is advisable to go no
more than -001" (one 'thou')
larger on the dimensions, unless
there are signs of excessive
richness.
If these methods are to be used
for jet needle determination please
use the utmost care whilst carrying
out checks on the pu blic highways
-really such road testing requires
a test track.

ing carburetter size.


If larger instruments are to be
fitted then the next size should
be used; it is very rare that an
eng.ine's breathing capacity is
increased to the stage where it
requires an increase of two sizes.
Remember if a larger instrument
is fitted to a power unit which
does not really merit this increase
in carburetter size, the piston will
not reach its full travel-the only
benefit achieved will be a more
impressive underbonnet appearancel
Piston spring
Piston springs are identified by a
colour code and this can be found
painted on the end coils of the
spring.
The range for carburetters up to
and including 1tll bore size is:oz. blue.
oz. red. 8 oz. yellow
and 12 oz. green.
It is best to use the red spring
but if the carburetters are suspected of being on the large size
for an engine then the blue
should be tried. Conversely if the
instrument is only just large
enough, a stronger yellow spring .
might be required.
A correct strength of piston
spring will be one which allows
the pisfon to reach its maximum
travel at the point in the speed
range where maximum power is
obtained.
In the paper on the S.U. Carburetter given to the Institute of
Mechanical Engineers by Mr. P.
G. G. Knight. Technical Manager
of S.U. Carburetter Co. Ltd., there
is a description of a simple

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Size of Carburetter.
An alteration in size of carburetter
should only be necessary if the
breathing capacity of the engine
has been su bstantially increased.
To improve the breathing will
require possibly larger inlet valves,
alteration to the head or ports, a
change of camshaft or an increase
in engine capacity.
Polishing and lining-up the ports
and increasing compression by
about one ratio is not really
sufficient [ustlficatlon for increas-

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piston height indicator which can


be used whilst the vehicle is in
motion. This device can be extremely useful in determining,
both piston spring and needle
profile by road test methods. (See
footnote*)
It should be noted that the change
from a medium spring (say the red)
to a weaker one (blue), will have
the effect of weakening the mixture
throughout the range. The effect
of going to a stronger one will be
to enrich the mixture throughout
the range.
A way of getting a rough guide as
to which spring to use is to refer
to the S.U. Leaflet AUC.9631. This
lists carburetter specifications for
both current and earlier models.
Look down the list of vehicles
and find a power unit which gives
about the same power with the
same number and size of carburetter fitted. This will give a
piston spring/jet needle combination which can be used as a
good starting point. See also
appendix 1.

Removal of an air cleaner system


will tend to weaken the mixture
supplied to the engine and the
effect will be greater at the top
end of the speed range.
The degree of weakening will
depend upon the type of air cleaner
and this will be governed by how
much restriction the cleaner
offers-the greater the restriction,
the greater the weakening effect
when removed. In general, oil
bath type cleaners offer more
restriction than the paper element
types.
Fitting ram pipes to the intake
flange of the carburetter(s) can
also affect the mixture requirement (usually weakening the mixture slightly in the mid-speed
range). The effect on power curve
varies with type, and length.
There is no simple formula for ram
pipe length, but in general a length
of between 2 to 3 inches is used.
The effect of these pipes is to
boost power very slightly in the
mid-speed range.

Jet needle profile.


Two leaflets which are obtainable
from S.U. Carburetter Co. Ltd., or
their agents, are extremely useful
for jet needle determination; one
is the Carburetter Specification
booklet already mentioned and
the other is the list of needle sizes
(AUC.9618). See Appendix 2.
The book of needle sizes gives a
list of diameters for each needle
starting with the diameter immediately under the. shank or head of
the needle and working down the
length in increments of one eighth
of an inch. The smaller the dia-

Carburetter .air intake


The way by which the air reaches
the carburetter intake can greatly
affect the mixture requirements.
In add ition to th is manometer de vice M r. Knight a lso
refers to checking piston lift by me ans of a rod inserted
in a hole drilled vertically through the suct ion
chamber cap..
The rod is cut off flush with the top of the cap when
piston is resting on the carburetter brid ge and is
therefore at its lowest point. As the piston rises,
it carries the rod with it and a simple measurement
reveals the extent of lift. A device of this type is
actually ava ilable on the market-the PSW tool
set, manufactured by PSW Test Equipment (P, M.
Schleyer) of Western Germany, and imported into
th is country by Motor Books and Accessories, 33
St . Martins Court. St. Martin's Lane, London W.C.2.
Sets are available for S.U. carburettors and for
Strom bergs, they cost 36s 6d. As well as piston
lift, they permit immediate checks to be made of
jet centralisation, synchronisation of twin carbs,
mixture strength and fuel level.

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meter at any particu1ar point the


richer the needle will be at that
point.
To illustrate what the needle
dimensions in the book actually
represent we will take an example,
(a diagram of this needle appears
on page10)the eE, list the dimensions and discuss which part
affects which driving condition.
Referring to diagram (1) the first
two dimensions are given as
1). .089 2). .085: these are the
idling or datum positions and it
is advisable when changing from
one needle to another to choose
one with the same idling dimensions.
If this is not possible then bear
in mind that if the new needle has
weaker or larger idling dimensions
(say .089-.0855) the rest of the
needle will give slightly richer
results than suggested by the
dimensions.
If the idling dimensions are richer
or smaller (say 089-0845) the
needle will give slightly weaker
results than one would expect.
This is due to the alteration in the
jet position required by the ~ew
idling dimensions.
The next four dlmenslons.qovern
the pick up in top' gear from
about 20 m.p.h. to 50 m.p.h. These
are 3) 082 4) 0795 5) 0777 6) 076
and are also the part of the needle
which meters fuel for the part
throttle or cru ising conditions. A
cruising speed of 30 rn.p.h. will
lie approximately (depending on

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size of carburetter) between the


second and third dimensions on
the diagram; a steady 50 m.p.h,
will occur around the fifth portion.
Dimensions from the seventh
(0745) to the ninth (072) affect
the top end full throttle conditions.
The last three dimensions (with
1*" diameter carburetters) do not
take part in the metering.

Testing procedure
With the carburetter(s) correctly
set for mixture at idle conditions
(see S.U. Service Literature) and
the engine oil and water at normal
temperatures, carry out a number
of acceleration tests and part
throttle tests.
First accelerate from about 20
m.p.h, in top gear to about 50
rn.p.h. If there is hesitation or a
pulling back, repeat test with the
choke pulled out about I". If there
is an improvement, make a note
that the third, fourth and fifth, and
possibly the sixth needle dimensions require to be a little richer.
Now try driVing at a steady 30, 40
and 50 rn.p.h., if there is a slight
see-sawing action, try to cure this
by richening the mixture control
slightly.
If weakness is suspected at these
cruising speeds then again the
third, fourth and fifth dimensions
will require richening. A similar
test can be carried out for high
speed in top gear. Here it is very
important to ensure that there is
no weakness.

SECTION II
Adjusting and Servicing

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2.
3.
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5.

Baffle plate.
Inlet nozzle.
Suction chamber.
Carburetter body.
Marks for replacement.

6. Damper.
7. Damper washer.
8. Chamber retaining screws.
9. Direction of removal.

A. Remove the baffle plate (rom the Inlet nozzle.


B. Thoroughly clean the outside of the carburetter.
C. Mark the relative positions of the suction chamber and the
carburetter body.
D. Remove the damper and its washer. Unscrew the chamber
retaining screws.
E. Lift off the chamber without tilting It.

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1. Piston spring.
2. Alternative spring with
washer.
3. Piston assembly.
4. Piston rod.
5. Needle locking screw.

6.
7.
8.
9.
10.

Needle.
Piston lifting pin.
Clrcllp for pin.
Spring for pin.
Alternative lifting pin.

A. Remove the piston spring and washer (when fitted).


B. Carefully lift out the piston assembly and empty the damper oil
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C. Remove the needle locking screw and withdraw the needle. If
it cannot easily be removed, tap the needle inwards first and
then pull outwards, Do not bend th'e needle.
D. If a piston lifting pin with an external sprthg Is fitted, remove
the spring retaining circlip and spring, then push the lifting pin
upwards to remove It from its guide. With the concealed spring
type. press the pin upwards. detach the c1rclJp from its upper
end. and withdraw the pin and spring downwards.

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1 .Jet assem bly.
2. Pick-up link.
11. Washer.
3. LInk retaining screw.
12. Ferrule.
4. Pick-up lever return spring. 13. Jet adjusting nut.
S. Brass bush.
14. Spring for nut.
6. Sleeve nut.
1S. Jet bearing.
7. Flexible Jet tube.
16. Brass washer.
8. Float-chamber.
17. Jet locking nut.
18. Piston key.
9. Carburetter body.
A. Support the moulded base of the jet and slacken the screw
retaining the let pick-up link.
.
B. Relieve the tension of the pick-up lever return spring (rom the
screw and remOve screw and brass bush (when fitted).
c. Unscrew the brass sleeve nut retaining the flexible Jet tube to
the f1,?at-chamber and withdraw the jet assembly from the
carburetter body. Note the gland, washer, and ferrule, at the
end of the jet tube.
D. Remove the jet idjusting nut and screw. Unscrew the let
locking nut and detach the nut and jet bearing. Withdraw the
bearing from the nut. noting the. brass washer under the
shoulder of the bearing.

14

1.
2.
3.
4.
S.
6.

Pick-up lever.
Lever return spring.
lever pivot bolt.
Double-c:oll spring washer.
Spacer (alternative).
Cam lever.

7.
8.
9.
10.
11.

Lever spring.
Pivot bolt tu be.
Skid washer.
Cam lever spring location.
Pick-up lever sprIng location.

Note the location points of the two ends of the pick-up lever
return spring. Unscrew the lever pivot bolt together with its
double-coli spring washer, or spacer. Detach the lever assembly
and return spring.
B. Note the location of the two ends of the cam lever spring and
push out the pivot bolt tube or tubes, taking care not to lose
the spring. Liftoffthe cam lever. noting the skid washer between
the two levers.

A.

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1. Float-chamber.

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4.
S.
6.

Retaining bolt.
Float-ehamber lid.
Marks for replacement.
Lid retaining screws.
Lid gasket.

7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.

Float assembly.
Float hin,. pin.
Float needle.
Needle seating.
Alternative f1oat.chamber.
Alternative spacers.

A. Slacken and remove the bolt retaining the f1oat.chamber to the


carburetter body. Note the component sequence with flexibly
mounted chambers.
B. Mark the location of the f1oat-ehamber lid. Unscrew the lid
retaining screws and detach the lid and its gasket, complete
with float assembly.
C. Push out the float hinge pin from the end opposite Its serrations
and detach the float.
D. Extract the float needle from its seating and unscrew the seating
from the lid. using a box spanner 338 In. (858 mm.) across the
flats. Do not distort the seating.

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2.
3.
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Thrott le disc.
Carbu retter flange.
Marks for replacement.
Disc retaining screws.

S. Thrott le spindle.
6. Tab washer.
7. Spindle nut.
a. Lever arm.

A. Close the throttl e and mark the relative positions of the


throttl e disc and the carbur etter flange.
B. Unscrew the two disc retaining screws. Open the throttl e and
ease out the disc from its slot In the throttl e spindle. The disc is
oval and will jam if care is not taken.
C. Tap back the tabs of the tab washer securing the spindle nut.
Note the location of the l~ver arm in relation to the spindle and
carbur etter body; remove the nut and detach the arm.

e and/o r wear.
NOTE _Befo re reasse mblin g, exami ne all compo nents for damag
Unser viceab le compo nents must be renew ed.

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1. Piston rod.
2. Transfer holes.
3. Needle.

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4. Needle locking screw.


5. Alternative needle.

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18

A.

Examine the throttle spindle and Its bearings In the carburetter


body. Check for excessive play. Renew parts as necessary.
B. Refit the spindle to the body. Assemble the operating lever with
tab washer and spindle nut, to the spindle. Ensure that when
the stop on the lever is against the abutment on the carburetter
body. I.e. throttle dosed position, the countersunk ends of the
holes in the spindle face outwards. Tighten the spindle nut and
lock with the tab washer.
C. Insert the throttle disc in the slot in the spindle in its original
.posit ion as marked. Man~uvre the disc in its slot until the
throttle can be closed and fit two new retaining screws, but do
not fully tighten. Check visually that the disc closes fully, and
adjust its position as necessary. With the throttle closed there
must be clearance between the throttle lever and the carbu retter
body. Tighten the screws fully and spread their split ends just
enough to prevent turning.

A. Examine the float needle and seating for damage. Check that
the sprlng-lcaded plunger In the end of the plastic-bodied
needle operates freely.
B. Screw the seating into the float-chamber carefully. Do not
overtighten. Replace the needle In the seating, coned end first.
Test the assembly for leakage with air pressure.
C. Refit the float and lever to the lid and insert the hinge pin. Check
the float level as described in item 15
D. Examine the lid gasket for reo-use. Assemble the gasket on the
lid and refit the lid to the float-chamber in the position marked
on dismantling. Tighten the securing screws evenly.
E. Refit the float-chamber assembly to the carburetter body and
tighten the retaining bolt fully, making sure that the registers
on the body and the chamber engage correctly.

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A. Refit the piston lifting pin, spring, and elrcllp.


B. Examine the piston assembly for damage on the piston rod and
the ouuide surface of the piston. The piston assembly must be
scrupulously clean. Use petrol or methylated spirit as a cleaning
agent. Do not use abrasives. Lightly oil the outside of the
piston rod.
C. Clean Inside the suction chamber and piston rod guide using
petrol or methylated spirit. Refit the damper assembly and
washer. Seal the transfer holes In the piston assembly with
rubber plugs or Plasticine and fit the assembly to the suction
chamber. Invert the complete assembly and allow the suction
chamber to fall away from the piston. Check the time this takes,
which should be 3 to 5 seconds for HS2-type carburetters of 11

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in. (3175 mm.) bore. or 5 to 7 seconds for larger carburetters.


I( the time taken Is In excess of that quoted, the cause will be
thick oil on the piston rod. or an 011 film on the piston or Inside
the suction chamber. Remove the oil from the points indicated
and re-check.
D. Refit the needle to the piston assembly. The shoulder or lower
edge of the groove must be level with the bottom face of the
piston rod. Fit a new needle locking screw and tighten. Invert
the suction chamber and spin the piston assembly inside it to
check for concentricity of the needle.
E. Check the piston key fo~ security in the carburetter body.
Refit the piston assembly to the body and replace the piston
spring over the piston rod. Fit the suction chamber and retaining
screws. Tighten the screws evenly.

Refit the Jet bearing. washer, and locking nut: do not tighten
the nut. Refit the let In Its bearing and the flexible tube to the
base of the float-chamber without the gland and washer.
B. Centralize the jet as described in item 13
C. Withdraw the jet and tube: refit the spring and Jet adjusting
nut. Fit the gland washer and ferrule to the flexible tube. The
end of the tube should project a minimum of -A- In. (<48 mrn.)
beyond the gland. Refit the jet and tube. Tighten the sleeve nut
until the neoprene' gland is compressed. Overtightening can
cause leakage.
D. Refit the damper and washer.

A.

Reassemble the pick-up lever. cam lever. cam lever spring, skid
washer. and pivot bolt tube or tubes In the positions noted on
dismantling.
B. Place the pick-up lever return spring in position over Its boss
and secure the lever assembly to thecarburetter body with the
pivot bolt. Ensure that the doubl ....coil spring'\~sher or spacer
fits over the projecting end of the pivot bolt tube.
C. Register the angled end of .the return spring in the groov.e in
the pick-up lever, and hook the other end of the spring around
the moulded peg on the carburetter body.
D. Fit the brass ferrule to the hole In the end of the pick-up link.
Relieve the tension of the return spring and fit the link to the
jet with its retaining screw. When finally tightening the screw,
support the moulded end of the jet.
E. Refit the baffle plate to the float-chamber lid nozzle.
A.

12

11

20

JET CENTREING

.. -"- ...~::, ..

13
The piston should fallfreely onto the carburetter bridge With a click
when the lifting pin Is released With the Jet In the fully up
position. If It will only do this with the Jet lowered then the
let unit requlres re-centring. This Is done as follows:

A. Remove the jet head screw to release the control linkage.


B. Withdraw the jet, disconnecting the fuel feed pipe unton In the
~oat.~ri.:ui'dremovrng the rubber sealing washer. R.emove
~~r. Jetlociirti'spring and adjusting nut.
e.Replace die let and Insert the fuel feed pipe connection into the
float,ha1nbe~
.
D. Slacken the jet loc:kfnS nut until the assembly is (ree to rotate.

"

21

A. Remove the piston damper and apply pressure to the top of the
piston rod with a pencil.
- - -B. Tighten the jet locking nut keeping the jet hard up against the jet bearing.
C. Finally check again as In item 13.
, _ ..--/
~
D. Re-fit the jet locking spring and adjusting nut. Before replacing ~_
the fuel feed pipe Into the float-chamber, fit the rubber sealing I 0 , -,-:~-__ . = ",
washer over the end of the plastic pipe so that at least -! In. \; :.'
'~==-.
(4-8 mm.) of pipe protrudes (see Inset). Reassemble the controls. .
, ~
E. Refill the piston dampers with the recommended engine oil
(see Item 26 ).
Q)

14

Float-chamber fuel level

A. Remove and Invert the float-chamber lid.


B. With the needle valve held In the shut-off posit ion by the weight
of the float only. there should be a i to 1's- In. (32 to 48 mm.)
gap between the float lever and the rim of the float-chamber lld,
C. The float may be set by bend ing at the crank.

l.

22

15

ROUTINE CLEANING

16

A. At the recommended intervals mark for reassembly and


carefully remove the piston/suction chamber unit.
B. Using a petrol-moistened cloth, clean the inside bore of the
suction chamber and the two diameters of the piston.
C. Lightly oil the piston rod only and reassemble as marked.
D. Refill piston damper (see item 26)

23

SECTION III
Tuning Multi Carburetters .

The Type HS Carburetter


1. Jet adjusting nut.
2. Jet locking nut.
3. Piston/suction chamber.

4. Fast-idle adjusting screw.


5. Throttle adjusting screw.
6. Piston lifting pin.

24

Warm engine up to normal temperature.


B. Switch off engine.
C. Unscrew the throttle adjusting screw until it is Just clear of its
stop and the throttle is closed.
D. Set each throttle adjusting screw i of a turn open.

17

A. Mark for reassembly and remove piston/suction chamber unit.


B. Dlsconrtect mixture control wire.
C. Screw the Jet adjusting nut (1) until the jet Is flush With the
bridge of the carburetter or fully up If this position cannot be
obtained.
D. Replace the piston/suction chamber unit as marked.
E. Turn down the Jet adjusting nut (1) two complete turns.

25

18

ooD
19

A. Slacken both of the clamping bolts (7) on the throttle spindle


Interconnections.
.
B. Disconnect the jet control interconnection by slackening the
clamping bolts (8).

...::::-

20

A. Restart the engine and adjust the throttle adjusting screws on


each carburetter to give the desired Idling speed as indicated by
the glow of the Ignition warning light.
8. Compare the Intensity of the intake 'hiss' on all carburetters
and alter the throttle .adjustl ng screws until the 'hiss' is the
same.

26

A. Turn the jet adjusting nuts (1) on all carburetten up to weaken


or down to rlchen the same amount until the fastest Idling speed
consistent with even running Is obtained.
B. Readjust the throttle adjust ing screws (5) to give correct IdUnS
If necessary.

21

rich

5DO+--~-'

'ENGINE
I.p.m

.....- . , - - - - - - - -

'r'" . .-r... ";" .. . _..,--- . . ~--r--,--

TIME

A.

Check for correct mixture by gently pushing the lifting pin of


the front carbu retter up tr.tn. (s mm.) after free movement has
been taken up. The graph illustrates the possible effect on
engine r.p.m, Readjust the mixture strength If necessary.
B. Repeat the operation on the other carlfuretters and after adjust
ment re-check since they are all Inter-dependent.
C. . Item 25. shows the correct type of exhaust smoke.
4

27
. ; ..

23

A. Set the throttle interconnection clamping levers (7) so that the


link pin Is 012ln. (30 mm.) away (rom the lower edge of the-,
fork (see Inset). Tighten the clamp bolts.
B. With both let levers at their lowest position, set the jet interconnection lever clamp bolts (8) so that both lets commence to
move simultaneously.

Reconnect the mixture control wire with about ~ in. (1'6 mm.)
free movement before It starts to pull on the let levers.
B. Pull the mixture control knob until the linkage Is ab.out to move
the carburetter Jets, and adjust the fast Idle screws, comparIng the Intensity of the air intake 'hiss' to give an engine speed
of about 1,000 r.p.m, when hot.
C. Refit the air cleaners.
A.

24

28

25
th on ex haust smoke
The eff"" .0 f mIxture streng

luhy misfire. and celourl ess,


. TOO WEAK:
ular note, sp
A. CORR ECT'.
Irreg
en note.
I klsh
Regular and
ev thmical misfire, b ac I .
B. TOO RICH:
C.
Regular
or rhy

29

26
Finally top up the piston damper with the recommended engine oil
until the level Is tin. (13 rnm.) above thetop ofthe hollow piston
rod .
Note
On dust-proofed earburetters, Identified by a transverse hole drilled
in the neck of the suction chambers and no vent hole in the
damper cap. the all level should be tin. (13 mm.) below the top
of the hollow piston rod.

30

s.u. carburetter specifications


CAR MODE L

YI:AR

TYPE No.

1953/6
1954/6
1955
1957
1959
1959
1959
1960
1961/2
1962/3
1964
1959
1959/6 1
1959
1961/2
1961/2
1961/4
1961/2
1961/2
1962/3
1963/4
1966
1962/3
1962/4
1963/4
1964
1964
1964
1964
1965/6
1965/6
1965/6
1966

Pair H4
Pair H6
Pair H6
Pair H4
Pair H06
Pair H06
Pair H06 Thermo
Pair H06
Three HS4
Pair HS6
Pair HD8
Pair H1
Pair H4
Single HS2
Single HS2
Pair HS2
Single HS2
Single HS2
Pair HS2
Pair HS2
Pair HS2 .
Pair HS2
Single HS2
Single HS2
Pair HS2
Pair HS2
Pair HS2
Pair HS2
Single HS6
Single HS2
Single HS4
Single HS4
Single HS6

Ap pe nd ix 1
NEEOLE
RICH STO. WK.

SPRING
COLOUR

AUST IN HEALEY
2963 c.c,
2639 c.c.
2912 c.c,

2912 c.c,
2912 c.c.
2912 c.c.
AUSTI N 948 c.c,
2912 c.c.
848 c.c.
848 c.c.
997 e.c.
1622 c.c.
948 c.c.
948 c.c.
1098 c.c,
1098 c,c.
1275 c,c,
948 c.c.
1098 c.c.
1070 c.c,
1275 c.c,
970 c.c.
998 c,c,
1800 c.c.
948 c.c,
850 c.c,
1098 c.c,
1800 c,c,

Austin-Healey 100 BN2


Austin-Healey Le Mans
Austin -Healey 100 S
Austin-Healey 100/6 BN4
Austin-Healey BN6 3000 (Mk. I)
Austin -Healey BN7
Austin-Healey BN7
Austin-Healey BN7 (RC)
Aust in-Hea ley BN7 (Mk. II)
Austin- Healey 3000 (Mk. II)
Austin - Healey BJao(Mk. III)
Sprite
A 99
Seven (Mini)
Seven and Super
Mini-C ooper
A 60
A40
Healey Sprite (Mk. II)
Healey Sprite (Mk. II)
Healey Sprite (Mk. III)
Healey Sprite (Mk. IV)
A 35 Van
A 40 and Austin 1100
Mi~i-Cooper S
Mini-C ooper S
Mini-C ooper S
Mini-C ooper
Austin 1800
A 35 Van
Mini Aqtornatic
1100 Automa tic
1800

QA

OA6
KW
4
RD
RD
RD
RD
OK
RO
UN
EB
M
M
AH2
M
AH2
V2
M
H6
H6
H6
H6

3
AH2
H6
M
SW
M
H6

OW
OA7
KWI
AJ
CV
CV
CV
CV
OJ
Be
UH
GG
M5
EB
EB
GZ
GX
M
V3
GY
AN
AN
AN
AN
H6
M
AN
GY

TW

EB

BG

AN
Dl

SW

TW

AT
OA8
SA
MI
SO
SO
SO
SO
OH

TZ
UL
MOW
HA
GG
GG
EB
GG
fB
GX
GG
GG
GG

EB
EB
EB
EB

EB
GG
CIW
GG
fB
EO
CIW

Yellow
Red
Red
Red
Yellow
Green
Green
Green
Red
Green
Red/Green
Yellow
Red
Red
Red
Yellow
Red
Blue
Blue
Blue
Blue
Red
Red
Red
Red
Red
Blue
Yellow
Red
Red

Red
Yellow

Appendix1 contd
CAR MODEL

CONVE RSION SETS


M .G.-Elva
B.M .C. A Series-Turner
M inor 1000--Speedwell
B.M.C . A Series-Turner
Sprite- Sebring
F2 Cooper Climax SIC
B.M.C.-FJ Coope r
Alexander Herald
948 c.c.
Sprite
948 c.c.
Mangoletsi Remix
Healey 3000 Competition
M ini Coope r (Thermo jets)
997 c.c,
Sprite-Speedwell
Mini competition
Mini-Cooper S Group 2
970 c.c,
Min i-Cooper S Group 2
1070 c.c.
M ini-Cooper S Group 2
12~5 c.c,
Formula 3 B.M.C. -Cooper
Morris 1100 (Downton)
1098 c.c .
COVENTRY CLIMAX
1100 c.c,
F.W.A. Stage I
F.W.A. Stage II
Lotus Elite
1220 c.c,
1220 c.c,
Lot us Elite
F.P.F.
1500 c,c.
FORD (CONVERSIONS)
1172 c,c.
E93A
1172 c.c,
100E Aquasport
1172 c.c,
100E Prefect and Angl ia
1172 c,c,
100E Lotus

YEAR

TYPE No .
RICH

NEEDLE
STD. WK.

SPRING
COLOUR

1959/61
1959/6'1
1959/ 6 1
1959/ 6 1
1960
1960
1960
1960/1
1960
1961 /3
1961
1961/3
1962/3
1962/3
1964
1964
1964
1964
1964

Pair H4
Pair H1
Pair H2
Pair H2
Pair H2
Single H8
Pair H4
Pair H2
Pair H4
Pair HI
Three HDB
Pair H4
Pair H4
Pair H4
Pair H4
Pair H4
Pair H4
Single HS6
Pair H4

1954/8

Pair H4
Pair H4
Pair H4
Pair H4
Sing le H4
Pair DUa

R6

BE
BE
BF
BO
BF
ZB

1949/53
195317
1953
1954/60

Pair
Pair
Pair
Pair

M9
MI

EK
A5
M6
M6

MOW
HA

Red

M7

Red

HV1
MC2
H1
H2

GS
BXI
M8
M6
GX

Red
Blue
Red
Blue

AM
M6
A5
M8
UH
MME
AO
MME
CP4
MME
BG
SS
AM

M5

Blue
Blue
Blue
Blue/Black
Blue
Red
Blue
Blue
Blue
Blue
Red
Blue
Blue
Blue
Blue
Blue
Yellow

CAR MODEL
FORD (CONVERSIONS)
Consul-Aquaplane (Series 1)
Consult-W.H.M.B. Ltd.
Zephyr-Aquaplane (Series 1)

30 h.p.

YEAR

TYPE No.

1954/1
1955/7
1954/7

Pair H4
Pair H2
Three H4

Zephyr-W.H.M.B. Ltd.
Zephyr-Raymond Mays (Series 1)
Zephyr-Raymond Mays (Series 2)
Consul-R. Owen (Series 2) 4 port head
Consul-R. Owen (Series 2) 6 port head
105E FJ
100E Aquaplane
105E/1 07E Aquaplane
Consul-R. Owen (Series 2) 4 port head
Zephyr-Raymond Mays
E93A-Dellow
Consul (Series 1)-Dellow
Zephry (Series 1)-Dellow
100E Prefect and Anglia-Oellow
V.8 (Special adaptor)
Consul (Series 1)

1 ~155/7
1954/6
1957/62
1958/60
1958/60
1060/2
1960/2
1960/2
1962
1962
1950
1953
1954
1955
1950
1952

Three H2
Pair H4
Pair H4
Single H6
Pair H6
Pair H4
Pair H2
Pair H2
Single H6
Pair H4
Single HV3
Pair H2
Three H2
Pair Hl
Pair H4
Pair H4 DO

Consul (Series 1)
Zephyr (Series 1)
Lotus 105E
Turner/Classic
Reliant Ford
Reliant Zephyr 4
Formula 3 (Holbay-Ford)

1953
1953
1961/2
1961/2
1962/3
1963/4
1964

Pair H2 DO
Three H2 DO
Pair H2
Single HS4
Pair HS4
Pair HS4
Single HS6

NEEDLE
RICH STD. WK.
4
3
L
QA
H2
OW
4
3
L
EM
CN
MME

ES
5
7
RB
RB
AM

AP
GE

AO

GX

M9
RO

AS
RB
AY
RLS
M5
M5
EK
6
61

62
WX

A5

OJ
CZ
DH
UVP

SPRING
COLOUR
Red
Red
Red/Centre
Yeflow front
and rear
Red
Yellow
Yellow
Red
Red
Blue
Blue
Blue
Red
Yellow
Red
Red
Red

MOW
Red
Yellow
Yellow
Yellow
Blue
Red
Red
Red
Red

Appendix 1 contd
CAR MODEL

YEAR

NEEDLE

TYPE No.
RICH

c.,)

".

HILLMAN
Imp (Conversion)
875 c.c.
M inx (Conversion)
1600 c.c.
M inx (Conversion )
1390 c.c.
Alexander Minx (Conversion )
JAGUAR
XK 120
XK 120
XK 120 (Remote air cleaner)
XK 1207 :1 and 8:1 C.R.C. Type
XK 1208:1 C.R.C. Type
XK 120 8 :1 C.R. (Remote air cleaner)
XK 120 9 :1 C.R.C. Type
XK 140 7:1 and 8:1 C.R.
XK 130 C 7 :1 and 8:1 C.R. (C Type head)
XK 140C 7 :1 and 8 :1 C.R. (C Type Head)
disc air cleaners
XK 140C 8 :1 and 9 :1 C.R. (C head)
XK140C 7 :1 and 8 :1 C.R. D/H Coupe and standard
XK140C 7:1 and 8 :1 C.R. R.H.D. F/H Coupe
XK 140C 7:1 and 8 :1 C.R. L.H.D. F/H Coupe
XK 140 7:1 and 8 :1 C.R. L.H.D. F/H Coupe
XK 140 7:1 and 8 :1 C.R. R.H.D. F/H Coupe
XK 140 7 :1 and 8 :1. C.R. Borg-Warner
XK 1407:1 and 8:1 C.R Borg-Warner R.H.D. F/H Coupe
XK 1407:1 and 8 :1 C.R. Borg-Warner L.H.D. D/H Coupe
XK 1407:1 and 8 :1 C.R. Borg-Warner R.H.D. D/H Coupe
XK 150 S
3 4 litre
XK 150
XK 150
34 litre
XK 150
3'8 litre
E Type
38 litre
E Type
4'2 litre

1964
1964
1956/8
19.59/61

Pair
Pair
Pair
Pair

HS2
H4
H2
H2

1949/50
1951/4
1951/4
1952
1952
1952
1952
1954
1954

Pair
Pair
Pair
Pair
Pair
Pair
Pair
Pair
Pair

H6
H6
H6
H8
H6
H6
H6
H6
H6

1954
1954
1955
1955
1955
1955
1955
1955
1956
1956
1956
1959/62
1959
1960/2
1960/2
1961/4
1965

Pair H6 Thermo
Pair H8
Pair H6 Thermo
Pair H6 Thermo
Pair H6 Thermo
Pair H6 Thermo
Pair H6 Thermo
Pair H6 Thermo
Pair H6 Thermo
Pair H6 Thermo
Pair H6 Thermo
Three HD8 Thermo
Pair HD6 Thermo
Pair H 06 Thermo
Pair H D6 Thermo
Three HD8
Three H08

Thermo
Thermo
Thermo
Thermo
Thermo
Thermo
Thermo
Thermo

STD.

WK.

H4
QA

CU

53
W04
75

SA

75

SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
SA
W03
WQ3

CZ
GR
RB
RF
W02
VR
RG
DG
RC
SJ
SR
W02
VR
W02
W02
W02
SJ
SJ
SJ
SJ
SJ
SJ
UE
TL
TL
TU
UM
UM

cr
RG
W03

VE

LBA

VE

LBA
LBA
LBA
LBA
LBA
LBA
SJ
SJ

SPRING
COLOUR
Blue
Red
Blue
Blue
Red
Red
Red
Black/Red
Red
Red
Red
Red
Red
Red
Black/Red
Red
Red
Red
Red
Red
Red
Red
Red
Red
Blue/Black
Red
Red
Red
Blue/Black
Blue/Black

CAR MODEL

YEAR

TYPE & No.


RICH

M .G .
1250 c.c.
' 1500 c.c.
1588 c.c.

1588 c.c,
1622 c.c.
948 c.c,
1098 c.c,
10 98 c.c,
1800 c.c,

UI

1800 c.c.
10 98 c.c.

TF (and 1 5 litre)
ZA Ma gnette
MGA
ZA/lB Magnette
Tw in Cam
Mag nette III
MGA ( M arks I and II)
Magnette (Mk. IV)
Midget
1100
Midget.
MGB
MGB Com peti tion
MGB and GT
Midget Mk. II

1954/.5
1954/ 5
1955/9
1956/8
1958
1959/61
1959/62
1961/3
1961 /2
1962/3
1962/3
1962/3
1963/4
1966
1964

Pair
Pair
Pair
Pair
Pair
Pair
Pair
Pair
Pair
Pair
Pair
Pair
Pair
Pair
Pair

H4
H2
H4
H4
H6
HD4
H4
HD4
HS2
HS2

HI
M

HS~

M
6

1953/6
1957
1957
1957
1957
'1958
'1958/ 9
1959/62
1960/2
1962/3
1960/2

Single
Single
Single
Single
Sing le
Single
Single
Single
Single
Single

1948/ 56
1950/7
19 57
1953/6

Pair U BA
Pair H2
Pair H1

HS4
HD8
HS4
HS2

NEEDLE
STD. WK.
GJ
GM
GS
EQ
OA6
FU
6
"HB
V3
D3
GY
MB
UVD
5
AN

GL
GO
4
M5
OA7
M9
AO
FK
GX
GV
GG
21

MOW
MO
EB
MO

S
AH2
M
AH2
H6
AH2

GG
BXI
M
BXI
M
BXI
M
EB
M
AN
M

M9
'CJ
EB

EK
HB
GG

MOW
MO
MOW

CC
RH

FT
RO

FU
V2

06

6
H6

21
GG

SPRING
COLOUR
Blue
Red
Red
'Red
Red
Red
Red
Red
Blue
Blue
Blue
Red
Blue/Black
Red
Blue

MORRIS
M inor (Series II) O.H.V.
M inor 100 0
Minor 1000 (paper air cleaner)
Minor 1000 (rubber f uel line)
Minor 1000 (rubber fuel line and paper cleaner)
Minor 1000 (steel levers)
Minor 1000 (steel levers, paper air cleaner)
848 c.c,
Mini M inor
948 c.c,
Minor 1000*
1098 c.c,
Minor and 1100
*Replacement for M inor 1000
Tw i n carburetter sets
Minor MM and Series II-Derrington
Oxfo rd MO Series II / III- Derrin gt on
95 0 c.c,
Min or-Power Drive and Alexander
Series II Minor.

H1
H2
H2
H2
H2
H2
H2
HS2
HS2
HS2

EB
S
AH2
S

MO
EB
GG
EB
EB
EB

Red
Red
Red
Red
Red
Red
Red
Red
Red
Red
Red

A works Mini Cooper

S: within the engl"e


department lurk the
twin 1! In. SUs In
place of the standard
1t in . carb. Note the
carb bellmoutha and
the re-routed all breather pipe all very
neatly done .

Below : these twin 11 ins. SUs were fitted to


an MGB tuned by Bill Nicholson of Northampton. Together with other mods they
helped propel it to a 060 time of 8.8 sees.

Above : twin 1tina. SUs as supplied by Nerus


for the Imp, ofher well known tuners sell this
type of conversion for about 30 and results
are generally good. Below : HS6 s (Ii ins.) as fitted to the MGC: Its sister the MGB uses the
visually similar 1! ins. twin HS4 carbs.

36

Appendix I contd
CAR M ODEL
RILEY
1489 c.c.
One-Pa int -F ive
1489 c.c.
One-Paint -Five ( L.HoD.)
1498 c.c,
4/68
848 c.c,
Elf
1622 c.c.
4/72 Saloon
998 c.c.
Elf
1098 c.c,
Kestrel
1275 c.c,
Kestrel
ROVER
2 litre
2000
2 litre
2000 (Sm ith's valve)
21itro
2000 TC
STANDARD
9 h.p, and 10 h.p.
TRIUMP' TR2
1991 c.c.
TR3
948 c.c,
Herald
1991 c.c.
TR3 ; TR3A and TR4
1147 c.c,
Spit fire 4
2 '2 litre
TR4A
1147 c.c,
Spitfire Group II
Vitesse (Conversion)

YEAR

TY PE & No.
RICH

NEEDLE
STD. WK.

19 57 /64
1957/62
1959/61
1961 /2
1961/4
1963/4
1965/6
1967

Pair H4
Pair H4
Pair HD4
Single HS2
Pair HD4
Single HS2
Pair HS2
Single HS4

1963/4
1963/4
1966

Sing le HS6
Single HS6
Pair H08

RN
RR
U1

1955/ 6

Pair H1

03

1953/5
1956/8
1959/61
1959/62
1962/3
1965/6
1966
1963/4

Pair
Pair
Pair
Pair
Pair
Pair
Pair
Pair

H4
H6
H1
H6
HS2
HS6
H4
HS2

AR
AR
FT

M
FU
M
06
SQ

GER
RH
EB
RH
H6
SW

AD
AD
FU
EB
HB
GX
03
DZ

FV
SM
GV
SM
AN
TW
DB
MO

HA
HA
M9
GG
FK
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100 JET NEEDLES


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099
095
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