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Linkert M741-1

  • 03 Aug 2019 3:54 AM
    Message # 7810289

    Hello members ...I had purchased a refurbished Linkert M741- 1 carb, set up for a 45” Scout.  I’m unable to recall what size venturi it had.  I have now fitted a 13/16 venturi.  Can anyone tell me if this will suit.  Thanks in advance.

  • 06 Aug 2019 11:09 AM
    Reply # 7814297 on 7810289
    Tim Raindle (Administrator)

    Hey Danny, yup, that should be perfect, same size venturi used on 45 cube scheblers. 

    Only issue you may have with a linkert is the float bowl can sit very close to cylinders, boiling gas in the carb. ( The linkert float bowl is a little squared in vertical section when compared to the schebler.) Just had just this problem with a friends bike, which now has my schebler sitting on it until ........ 

    Used to make a spacer kit with George,1/4inch , works well. Sort of have some more in the pipeline. Pipeline can be kinda long around here at the moment tho.

    T

  • 06 Aug 2019 5:08 PM
    Reply # 7815074 on 7810289

    I have chamfered the bowl at two points, to prevent contact with heads, giving some 1/8 inch clearance at both barrels.  Hopefully that will be enough.  The Linkert body does not appear to have an air hole near the idle jet boss.  Nor does a hole appear on the high speed jet side of the body, which is unlike the Scheblers.  I did notice one hole, underneath the body, where the bowl adapts.  None are visible externally, once the bowl is fitted.  Is that a schebler bowl fitted to the Linkert body that you imply Tim ?  Also, is the spacer kit you used to make with George, a spacer that fits between the inlet manifold and carb throttle end ?


    Last modified: 06 Aug 2019 5:13 PM | Danny Marks
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