Land Rover Series IIA and III 6-cylinder models (1967-85)
Triumph TR2, TR3, TR3A, TR3B and TR4 (1952-65)
MG MGA (1955-62)
Jaguar XK120 and XK140 with SU-H6 carburettors (1948-57) • XK150 with SU-HD6 carburettors (1957-61) • XK150S with triple SU-HD8 carburettors (1957-61) • E-Type Series 1 and 2 (1961-70) • Mark II 3.4, 3.8 and 340 (1959-69) • XJ6 4.2 Series I with A/C to engine no. 7L29581, 4.2 Series I without A/C to engine no. 7L26479, 2.8 Series I to engine no. 7G16692 (1968-71)
Austin Healey BN1 and BN2 (1953-56) • BN4 and BN6 (1956-59) • BN7 and BT7 to engine no. 29D-26212 (1959-61) • BJ8 (1963-68)
Volvo • Vehicles with B14A engines and SU-H2 type carburettors: : PV444 and PV544 (1955-57) • PV445 and P210 (1955-57) • Vehicles with B16B engines and SU-H4 type carburettors: PV444 and PV544 (1957-61) • PV445 and P210 (1957-61) • Amazon (1956-61)
Lotus Seven with Ford 100E and 105E engines (1957-68) • Elite (1957-63)
Rolls Royce and Bentley Rolls Royce Silver Dawn and Silver Wraith plus Bentley MkVI and R Type (1946-55) • Rolls Royce Silver Cloud I and II plus Bentley S1 and S2 with SU-HD6 carburettors (1955-62)
A nice feature on ships, no less on carburettors. It is stupid if the flooded float cannot close the inlet valve of the float chamber due to lack of lift and the fuel pump first floods the float chamber and then the engine compartment with fuel, irrespective of consumption.
Our floats for numerous applications are made of nitrile rubber. Thousands and thousands of tiny micropores provide guaranteed buoyancy, all the time! Excellent and permanently ethanol resistant and suitable for E10.