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Old 11-25-2008, 08:25 PM
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Anyone the difference or a website that can help me out? thanks
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Anyone the difference or a website that can help me out? thanks

You should be able to look it up on S&S website but I will tell you the answer. The Super B is an older/longer carb that sticks out to far. The super E is the "shorty" version for engines under 100 CI. The Super G is for large engines over 100 CI.
I have the Super E on my Shovel and it runs really good.
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You should be able to look it up on S&S website but I will tell you the answer. The Super B is an older/longer carb that sticks out to far. The super E is the "shorty" version for engines under 100 CI. The Super G is for large engines over 100 CI.
I have the Super E on my Shovel and it runs really good.
cool, i was lookin for a replacement carb for when i have problems with mine on it now... Do you know if the ham can still fits on over it?
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cool, i was lookin for a replacement carb for when i have problems with mine on it now... Do you know if the ham can still fits on over it?

No, I dont think the ham can will fit. You will need to use the round S&S trademark "tear drop" air cleaner.
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No, I dont think the ham can will fit. You will need to use the round S&S trademark "tear drop" air cleaner.
alright cool, thanks
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Whats a Carb?
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Whats a Carb?
The difference between a fuel system you can work on, and one you can't.
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A Super E and teardrop will make your FX very happy. And you too. Very easy to tune and you will really feel the difference with nothing more than good pipes.
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The difference between a fuel system you can work on, and one you can't.
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It's what those who know run. But seriously, as mentioned...the E is for 100 inch and under, the G is for 100 inch and over and the B still makes one hell of a drag carb. Not the best street unit (no accell. pump), but at w.o.t. it is still hard to beat after all these years. Ray
 
 
 
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