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post #1 of 16 Old 09-20-2009, 01:52 PM Thread Starter
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Name of part and / or part number

Can someone tell me what the part just below the power valve in this picture is called and/or a part number and possibly a source for it ? I cracked mine and I'd like to find it online so I can order it with my next parts order. It's the plastic spacer between the thin gasket directly on the intake and the really thick gasket under the carb.

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post #2 of 16 Old 09-20-2009, 01:54 PM Thread Starter
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Can someone tell me what the part just above the power valve in this picture is called and/or a part number and possibly a source for it ? I cracked mine and I'd like to find it online so I can order it with my next parts order. It's the plastic spacer between the thin gasket directly on the intake and the really thick gasket under the carb.
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post #3 of 16 Old 09-20-2009, 02:47 PM
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It is a "phenolic spacer" and I think you will find it on this summit link.

With the M/C 2100 I think that you must be certain which base is used as some are wider than others??

Search Results for phenolic spacer - SummitRacing.com

I just looked at the prices...wow! View the selection and find the thinner and cheaper one.
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post #4 of 16 Old 09-20-2009, 07:45 PM
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I think he means the accelerator pump (with the lever attached) because it's above the power valve (under the front where the hose is attached) Sold one yesterday, but since I have a sinus headache, I can't recall the part number. There are square ones and rectangular ones!
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Can someone tell me what the part just above the power valve in this picture is called and/or a part number and possibly a source for it ? I cracked mine and I'd like to find it online so I can order it with my next parts order. It's the plastic spacer between the thin gasket directly on the intake and the really thick gasket under the carb.

see the next post for the picture
Sorry. I meant the part under the power valve. It's not the thick one just under the carb; it's the thinner plastic piece below that.

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Guess I can't add pics yet so I'll link to my photobucket instead.

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post #7 of 16 Old 09-20-2009, 10:27 PM
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that picture looks familiar, yea that hose that is labeled wrong has since been removed and the fuel filter updated. i plugged the tit where the hose was coming out so it should be good. i rebuilt my carb this weekend and got the parts from the kit. all but the gasket that fits against the intake. so here is what i did. thin gasket against intake, then the thick black piece from the kit, then the spacer and then the carb, what piece are you looking for maybe i can get the part number for you.

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that picture looks familiar, yea that hose that is labeled wrong has since been removed and the fuel filter updated. i plugged the tit where the hose was coming out so it should be good. i rebuilt my carb this weekend and got the parts from the kit. all but the gasket that fits against the intake. so here is what i did. thin gasket against intake, then the thick black piece from the kit, then the spacer and then the carb, what piece are you looking for maybe i can get the part number for you.
Thanks for the picture by the way. I have too many hoses in the way to get a good picture.

I added an arrow.

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yea mine was broken where one of the bolts screws down. i actually put it back on that way cause where it was broken was about where the bolt went thru. i still used it for the spacer i hope it holds together.

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Did you replace the other filter (one screwed into the carb in this pic) If not, that could be the blockage.
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Did you replace the other filter (one screwed into the carb in this pic) If not, that could be the blockage.
which blockage are you referring to? I was just asking for a part number?

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which blockage are you referring to? I was just asking for a part number?
I guess I read that in another link?
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anybody else?

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Your pictures are blocked on my computer, but I see in your sig line you have a 304. Are you looking for this?
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Your pictures are blocked on my computer, but I see in your sig line you have a 304. Are you looking for this?
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YES!! Thank you. Krage Motorsports part #3240515

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