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Linkert M-344?

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Post Fri Oct 01, 1999 6:58 pm
don User avatar

Posts: 574
Location: Spokane WA USA
thanks for the ID, maybe a body trade-hate to
lose a complete rebuild.

Post Sat Oct 02, 1999 3:31 pm

Biggest difference between 344 and M51 is probably the main nozzle - compare this with any H-D and you'll see how much work Indian put into getting their mixture curves right. There's a different nozzle for each motor size & tune; H-D uses 1 nozzle for all 1-1/4" carbs regardless of application.

Post Sat Oct 02, 1999 4:17 pm
don User avatar

Posts: 574
Location: Spokane WA USA
this explains why i had so many different size and shape, and base metal nozzles to
fit the the l&l 1 1/4.
all i could gleen from flat track tuners
was we changed them around quit a bit in various assemblies.
I have just learned M-344, 1944 being the first year it could have been used through to
1947, then the M-348 comes into play.

[This message has been edited by don (edited 07 October 1999).]

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