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1972 Pinto 1600 header intake carburetor needed?
« on: August 31, 2012, 01:11:34 AM »
1972 Pinto 1600 header intake carburetor needed?

I need to wake up my 1972 Pinto 1600 engine. Looking for header and some kind of carburetor set up? I want to see what you fellow pinto enthusiast have laying around. I know most of you don't like the Kent 98ci engine in your pony. Most of you have the 2.0 or 2.3 turbo etc. etc. My car is stock down to the exhaust. Would like to break the 100HP barrier as my pony is way to slow with original HP. Let me know what you have available sitting in the garage collecting dust?
I have complete rear hatch louvers minus the key to open them for window cleaning. I was going to butcher them to fit my 72 trunk model pinto. They are to rare and too nice to cut up so I might want to do a trade for the right parts to wake this pinto up.
Thanking you in advance for all of your responses. JJ.

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Re: 1972 Pinto 1600 header intake carburetor needed?
« Reply #1 on: August 31, 2012, 12:47:04 PM »
Check UK Ebay and make sure they ship to the US when bidding- Also Burton Power..

Those 1600cc engines are good stuff, just ask Becky, she drove across the USA recently for the Stampede on one- Solid little engines.

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