Question about 1986 Mazda 323
Have you considered making an adapter plate? You can use a piece of 1/2" aluminum plate, drill it out to match the carb venturis on one side and the manifold plenum on the other side, them blend them together. bolts going into the manifold can be used to fasten the adapter to the manifold using tulip bolts that will be flush when installed. Drill and tap your studs for the carb using the gasket for a template. of course you need to use two gaskets, one between the plate and manifold and the other for the carb. It takes a bit of work and patience. I use a die grinder when I need to make one. Kerosene is useful for keeping the grinder free of debris.
Posted on Mar 12, 2011
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