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Anyone have any experience with the Z therapy remanufactured carburetors? I have some recently 'rebuilt' ones that weren't quite done right, and those remanufactured ones look pretty sweet. How difficult are they to take out/put in? Obviously they will need to be adjusted, but I want to learn how to do that anyway.

If anyone knows anything about this company I'd appreciate the info!
 

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> Anyone have any experience with the Z
> therapy remanufactured carburetors? I have
> some recently 'rebuilt' ones that weren't
> quite done right, and those remanufactured
> ones look pretty sweet. How difficult are
> they to take out/put in? Obviously they will
> need to be adjusted, but I want to learn how
> to do that anyway.

> If anyone knows anything about this company
> I'd appreciate the info!
I'd like to know too. However, their web site is pretty impressive, and this is their specialty, so I bet they do it right. Also, they are the ones that did the video on how to tune SU's. I am going to order that one of these days. Let me know how you make out if you buy anything from them.
 

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> Anyone have any experience with the Z
> therapy remanufactured carburetors? I have
> some recently 'rebuilt' ones that weren't
> quite done right, and those remanufactured
> ones look pretty sweet. How difficult are
> they to take out/put in? Obviously they will
> need to be adjusted, but I want to learn how
> to do that anyway.

> If anyone knows anything about this company
> I'd appreciate the info!

I have not had my carbs rebuilt yet (Need more $$), but I have delt with Scott at ZTherapy, and I also have his video. The video has a lot of good info in it and Scott has been very willing to talk on the phone and answer my questions. He is very knowledgeable and has helped me out of a couple jams, with parts etc. The set up he has now with the roller bearings and machined shafts sounds very good and with a lifetime warrenty how can you go wrong? I am just waiting for his tripple SU set up! Anyway I think he is a good Z-person.
 

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> I have not had my carbs rebuilt yet (Need
> more $$), but I have delt with Scott at
> ZTherapy, and I also have his video. The
> video has a lot of good info in it and Scott
> has been very willing to talk on the phone
> and answer my questions. He is very
> knowledgeable and has helped me out of a
> couple jams, with parts etc. The set up he
> has now with the roller bearings and
> machined shafts sounds very good and with a
> lifetime warrenty how can you go wrong? I am
> just waiting for his tripple SU set up!
> Anyway I think he is a good Z-person.
Scott Bruning is the owner of Z Therapy. He is an Air Force NCO who started Z Therapy kind of out of his garage. He is a USAF air traffic controller. His carbs are a work of art. They aren't cheap but they are even an improvement on the originals. Scott also builds a rather tasty Z convertable. You can trust him. He stands behind his products.
 
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