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Delly 28 mm

Postby St George » Tue Jan 09, 2018 4:28 pm

Considering one of these for my stage 4 200 with Scootopia Ancilloti 3 mm packer and jap con rod, they are cheap brand new. I have a 30mm mainifold. Does anyone do a rubber joint 28 one end and 30 the other. Good advice welcome re the carbs please. Not for speed or rallies, just pottering about. Thanks
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Re: Delly 28 mm

Postby Rich Oswald » Tue Jan 09, 2018 4:40 pm

Manifold and rubber is the same for 28 / 30mm phbh carbs.

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Re: Delly 28 mm

Postby St George » Tue Jan 09, 2018 5:29 pm

Thanks Rich, anyone recommend these little Delly's. Thanks
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Re: Delly 28 mm

Postby Rich Oswald » Tue Jan 09, 2018 5:49 pm

I do I have 30mm on all my 3 scoot.
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Re: Delly 28 mm

Postby Scooterdude » Tue Jan 09, 2018 10:34 pm

Excellent carbs but be sure to get the Lambretta specific ones donated”BS” as these have the mixture and slide adjustment screws on the left hand side, the ones you can pick up cheap on eBay are more likely motorcycle ones with the screws on the right hand side making adjustment ni on impossible as the engine mount is in the way, yes you can use them but they are a ball ache.
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Re: Delly 28 mm

Postby Rich Oswald » Wed Jan 10, 2018 1:12 pm

Scooterdude wrote:Excellent carbs but be sure to get the Lambretta specific ones donated”BS” as these have the mixture and slide adjustment screws on the left hand side, the ones you can pick up cheap on eBay are more likely motorcycle ones with the screws on the right hand side making adjustment ni on impossible as the engine mount is in the way, yes you can use them but they are a ball ache.


That's true unless you are putting the carb' on the right hand side, ie: TS1, Imola, Monza etc'
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Re: Delly 28 mm

Postby St George » Wed Jan 10, 2018 5:09 pm

Would the same apply to the Spaco 30 mm Dellorto replicas. They are quite cheap and all parts apparently interchange parts, jets etc. I am watching the money as I am throwing about £4000 at another project, just want to get my 200 running about in the summer months. Thanks.
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Re: Delly 28 mm

Postby Scooterdude » Wed Jan 10, 2018 6:42 pm

I wouldn’t mess with a copy as you can get a Delortto from wasp for around £80 although disco dez is asking £144. The choice is yours.
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Re: Delly 28 mm

Postby St George » Wed Jan 10, 2018 7:10 pm

Scooterdude wrote:I wouldn’t mess with a copy as you can get a Delortto from wasp for around £80 although disco dez is asking £144. The choice is yours.


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