WEBER MANIFOLD IDA for 93-95 13B Engines

Racing Beat Weber IDA Manifold for 93-95 13B Engines
48/51+ IDA 1993-95 13B 4-Port Engine or any 13B engine assembled using ’93-95 “Turbo” side housings. Also for any throttle body with an IDA bolt pattern.

Note: This manifold does NOT have any hole or fitting for the brake servo hose.
If you want to use the servo then drill and tap a 1/8 NPT (pipe thread) hole somewhere convenient in the rear manifold runner (PRIOR to installation).
Use a straight or 90 degree 5/16″ (8mm) fitting.

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SKU: 16495

WEBER MANIFOLD IDA for 93-95 13B Engines

Use the 12A throttle cable for the easiest installation.

Also see our WEBER PARTS category for linkage pieces, gaskets, studs, jets, etc.



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    Each carburetor is based on a standard Weber 48mm IDA and then extensively modified in-house by Racing Beat during the conversion process. Using tuning techniques discovered during Racing Beat’s early racing days, these same techniques and modifications are utilized in the methodical transformation of the carburetor as it enlarged to become the Racing Beat 51 IDA.

    At the start of each carburetor transformation each unit is completely disassembled and inspected. The carburetor bore is machined to the larger 51mm diameter, fitted with precision-made aluminum venturis, emulsion tubes, main and air jets, needle-and-valve, hand-crafted dual throttle plates and shaft, and enlarged diameter air horns with retaining ring.

    As delivered, the Racing Beat Weber 51mm IDA carburetor is tuned specifically for a 13B Peripheral Port engine. The Racing Beat Weber 51 IDA carburetor is also suitable for use on a number of rotary engine applications, including a 13B bridge or J-bridge ported engine, or the 12A peripheral ported engine. If the 51 IDA carb is intended for use on these engines; we offer the appropriate Weber components to properly re-tune the carb for these applications. Follow this link for a listing of tuning recommendations for various rotary engine applications. (PDF)

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