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"BDK" = NZX8010
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Known as a swinging needle because they sit on a spring which locates into the hat/cup end of the needle and have sideways movement.They start with part number prefix CUD for HS type carbs--NZX for HIF carbs--the earlier H and HS type were fixed solid with a small shoulder for securing and usually had a prefix part number of AUD
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Being an oft-voiced question on the message board, I thought I'd share it with you. Since there is already a very good source of starting points/applications for fixed needle carbs, this is for those floundering about in the wilderness that is the biased (swinging) needle example of the breed.
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