Cody you are right, I don't know what I will yield as I'm sure it will change all my jetting and air bleeds.i believe with a cowl hood you make a use of the low speed air that sits in the cowl area, also its fresh cool air to enter the engine rather than air being heated going through your radiator. it also blocks heat coming off the motor.
p.s. it makes for a nice tool tray
Mine was made to rest on the carb where the breather gasket would be with a 90* turn down that rest on the lip of the cowl panel. I will have a gasket sealing material that will also seal to the bottom of the hood, so it is all locked in place between the carb and the hood. I will be able to use my filter as well when I street drive the car.hmmm gives me an idea ........ :yes: hey gear jammer how do you mount something like that and are you going to use a filter
How many volts does the coil have to put out to jump that gap?
i think i'd zip tie the spark plug boots to the carb vent tubes ,,, maybe connect a hose between them , cut a hole in the top of the hose to atmospheric