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Thread: MMC 4G52 engine, carburetor Mikuni, need photo

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    MMC 4G52 engine, carburetor Mikuni, need photo

    Hi!
    I'm very need photos of mikuni carburetor connected in to 4G52 engine, with all vaccum, fuel, water heat connections. My car MMC Galant Lambda A133.

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    looks like you needed a manual more than just pictures, that is if those connection were out of place before your knowledge

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    Post a pic of what youve got and we can draw arrows on it of what goes where.

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    Re: MMC 4G52 engine, carburetor Mikuni, need photo

    Quote Originally Posted by skd
    Hi!
    I'm very need photos of mikuni carburetor connected in to 4G52 engine, with all vaccum, fuel, water heat connections. My car MMC Galant Lambda A133.

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    Not to sure about the other side, very different to mine, a few of those probably go to the auto choke that's usually on the side.


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    I'm very need photos of mikuni carburetor connected in to 4G52 engine, with all vaccum, fuel, water heat connections. My car MMC Galant Lambda A133.
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    I have now a same problem...

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    Id have to go look but from memory the rearmost thing on the minifold (with a square base) is brake booster, next is heater, little one on the botom is water to bottom of carb
    do you have the rubber adapter bit that goes on small brass fitting next to the idle mixture screw?
    the fitting on the diaphram housing is a fuel return
    the little brass one under the carb on the inside goes to rocker cover
    the others and the vac/temp switch ones are a little more difficult and you really need to grab the set from a wreckers to get all the fittings that go with the hoses ,
    edit, arrr ok maybe not where u are Il get a photo of one later on , you will need T pieces etc or can you delete things like the egr valve and other pollution gear?

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    Re: MMC 4G52 engine, carburetor Mikuni, need photo

    Quote Originally Posted by Se-R
    Quote Originally Posted by skd
    Hi!
    I'm very need photos of mikuni carburetor connected in to 4G52 engine, with all vaccum, fuel, water heat connections. My car MMC Galant Lambda A133.
    Se-R,

    I've noticed the dual card. What carbs are those? I'm planning to get dual carbs for my 4g52 as well. What works best?

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    Re: MMC 4G52 engine, carburetor Mikuni, need photo

    Quote Originally Posted by skd
    Hi!
    I'm very need photos of mikuni carburetor connected in to 4G52 engine, with all vaccum, fuel, water heat connections. My car MMC Galant Lambda A133.
    Hi SKD,

    Here's a picture of my Carburetor in my 4g52 engine:


    PS: It's not stock.

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