anyone know these adapters part #'s please?

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anyone know these adapters part #'s please?

Post by jono » Sat Oct 21, 2017 8:59 am

Well, for starters here is an ebay link to a 100 mixer to suit Mitsu Forks and it has two neat looking adapters on its base

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Propane-LPG-Fo ... 2698854064?

I'm hoping someone can give me the part numbers to chase up - Ive got an idea burning away at me grey cells :)

thanks in advance


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Post by BigBlockMopar » Sun Oct 22, 2017 4:42 am

A quick search didn't find me much info, but they don't appear too difficult to make your self if you got some tools?
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Re: anyone know these adapters part #'s please?

Post by storm » Sun Oct 22, 2017 2:58 pm

There is a number on the bottom one but I can't make it out.
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Post by BigBlockMopar » Sun Oct 22, 2017 4:01 pm

Larger pic, only from the other side... no number

http://i.ebayimg.com/00/s/MTUxMFgxNjAw/ ... q/$_57.JPG
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Re: anyone know these adapters part #'s please?

Post by BigBlockMopar » Sun Oct 22, 2017 4:07 pm

https://www.bigblockmopar.com
'73 Dodge Dart - 360ci - 11.3:1cr
MegaSquirt + HEI 7-pin timing control - Edelbrock AirGap - Cold Air Intake
IMPCO E / 425 mixer - A518 OD-trans - 3.55 gears - 225/50/17" tires.

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Re: anyone know these adapters part #'s please?

Post by jono » Mon Oct 23, 2017 8:15 am

Great work gents!. Thanks heaps, now we are half way there, coz I can see two adaptors, and if you squint you can see the join between the two, the second is rather thin and simply allows mixer to rotate 90 degrees. I think that part number is listed a little further down on that link above me ^^^ here. And yep, I reckon I could make up similar with a few bits of alloy

What I am toying with is the idea to do away with a 200 and go for two 100s working together side by side on my 1800 flaat four. I know it goes well enough with one 125 off a J or Cobra but been driving this engine this time in another upgrade to a younger ute - A Brumby or BRAT in the US

Running a later model engine EA82, with all set to fit the turbo version for which I am almost ready for, but then this engine combo goes in another ute, and gosh it gets up and boogies better with more than a 125

This engine in yet another ute was Cobra and 125 did well. This ute has an L in it in readiness for the turbo engine and the 125 just did not wanna work with the L, so I slapped the 200 on to see if it fixed the problem. Problem is that in NA form it can bog down a little.

I reckon I could make a prototype air box and ducting out of timber first and do away with idea of these adapters and just make sure I use a thread locker on screws that will be in the air box heading towards the turbo or intake on the NA version.

Thanks again for the speedy ID work on what has turned into a bit of a sleepy forum :)

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Re: anyone know these adapters part #'s please?

Post by jono » Mon Oct 23, 2017 8:59 am

https://www.ebay.com/itm/SPACER-FOR-IMP ... 0276479875

it is AS3-10
Impco cat could use a better description :)

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Post by C3H8 » Tue Oct 24, 2017 11:57 pm

The old books prior to computers had pretty good descriptions.
AA3-67 is listed for Mitsubishi lift truck throttle body.
AS3-10 is listed as an adaptor to turn the mixer 90 degrees for Allis Chalmers engines. Obviously it can work on any application with the 100 or 125 mixers. You guys did a good job of tracking the numbers down. I went to a book I still keep from the 60's and 70's to verify the numbers.

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Re: anyone know these adapters part #'s please?

Post by jono » Thu Oct 26, 2017 6:18 am

Yeah, the copy I had said the second part rotated the air horn 90 degrees and I figure the air horn is on the intake side. Maybe the air horn is also on the outlet. Pre internet listings! I have some e-copies somewhere of late 70's early 80's Impco sheets.

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