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0000 MV Agusta 750 832 861 900 1000 1100
Make:MV Agusta
Model:750 832 861 900 1000 1100
Summary:Very rare set of 4 Dellorto VHB30 AD & AS carburetors in good used condition. Custom choke setup to activate all 4 choke levers at the same time. 3 sets of different screw-in aluminum velocity stacks of different lengths. 1 set of white plastic seal rings for use in collector type airbox 1 set of soft rubber intake manifolds to connect carburetors to cylinder head of choice. Original 4 into 1 cable pull unit included. All parts are USED parts in very nice usable condition Used in 1970-ies racing on multitude of different models such as different bigger- than-stock bore MV Agusta 4 cylinder bikes like the 900 and 1000 S Corona the 1000 Ago and bigger bore 832cc Monza Sport and 861cc Magni and America models as well as some rare machines from Arturo Magni One set of one Dell Orto VHB30 AS and one AD carburetor would also make 2 original sets for early Moto Guzzi V7 Sport such as the extremely rare V7 Telaio Rosso and early 850 Guzzis. This set is a left over from when we still had MV Agusta bikes. It is a very rare set that does not come up for sale often especially not with all these different velocity stacks for individual tuning choices so it should be ideal for vintage racing applications of some sort It should be easy to adapt the custom made aluminum choke bracket to some different width spaces between the individual intakes for someone with some mechanical experience.. Will ship worldwide at actual cost
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Modifications:Asking 1200 or equivalent in other currencies. See my other Magni parts as well in other advert here on site.
Price in US$:1200 (1032 euros) (924 pounds) (133620 yen)

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