Carbs 
The "ID" tags are blue in color. I've never seen them blue before. Maybe just an early thing? The AUC 990 is correct, for my MKI.
(10/09)
The "ID" tags are blue in color. I've never seen them blue before. Maybe just an early thing? The AUC 990 is correct, for my MKI.
(10/09)
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Here's a close up photo of the AUC 990 R(R=rear)tag but it's on the front carb. I'll change that to the front carb!
Here's a close up photo of the AUC 990 R(R=rear)tag but it's on the front carb. I'll change that to the front carb!
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That means the front tag is on the rear carb. Duh!
That means the front tag is on the rear carb. Duh!
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Carb body after medium grade glass bead blasting followed by walnut shell blasting. 
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Carb body after medium grade glass bead blasting followed by walnut shell blasting.
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AUC 8792 (maybe AUC 8793) scribed on the front carb bowl top. What looks like a crack, although it might be the beginning of one, is not leaking.
AUC 8792 (maybe AUC 8793) scribed on the front carb bowl top. What looks like a crack, although it might be the beginning of one, is not leaking.
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...... float .....
...... float .....
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Carb rebuild kit from Moss by Lucas.
Carb rebuild kit from Moss by Lucas.
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Here's a side by side photo of a glass bead blasted suction chamber body next to one I haven't blasted yet. I used a medium grade glass bead. I'm going to use a fine grade on the other one just to see if there is any difference. These two are spares I'm using before I do the '62 carbs.
(12/09)
Here's a side by side photo of a glass bead blasted suction chamber body next to one I haven't blasted yet. I used a medium grade glass bead. I'm going to use a fine grade on the other one just to see if there is any difference. These two are spares I'm using before I do the '62 carbs.
(12/09)
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OK, so here's what I got after glass bead blasting (see previous photo) with medium grade and using a coarse buffing wheel with a cleaning compound on it, I got what you see on the left. (The cleaning compound is the redish looking compound you get for the buffing wheels).
(12/09)
OK, so here's what I got after glass bead blasting (see previous photo) with medium grade and using a coarse buffing wheel with a cleaning compound on it, I got what you see on the left. (The cleaning compound is the redish looking compound you get for the buffing wheels).
(12/09)
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