Carburettor rebuild costs are variable depending on your requirements, the assembly complexity, condition and cost of parts. Clean and Rebuild includes the disassembly, ultrasonic cleaning and vapor blasting. Replacement gaskets and standard service items, diaphragms and float bowl needle valves. Restoration includes the polishing and nickel or Zinc-Nickel plating with silver/blue or original gold chromate to all external linkages and nuts and bolts. The below is a starting point guide only.
2 Service levels
Service and ultrasonic clean
Includes partial disassemble, ultrasonic clean, reassemble, setup and test plus replacement float bowl needle and gaskets. Single carb £85, Twin, £150, Triple £225, Bank of 4 £300.
Includes full disassembly of bank and spindles, vapour blasting all alloy parts, re-plating of all steel parts, replace all internal brass, all JIS screws and fuel transfer seals. Add £50 per carb to service cost.
Includes vapour blasting, ultrasonic cleaning, gaskets, needle valves, Accl. pump and choke pull-down diaphragms.
SU's start at £200
Stromberg CD150/175 carbs start at £300
Solex/Pierburg start at £250
Zenith Pierburg INAT 35/40 (Mercedes) £350
Solex PHH 44 & PII 40-4 pair from £600
Solex 40PI (pair triple barrel Porsche) start at £1600
Weber DCOE, Solex and Dell'Orto side-draught performance carbs start at £235 for each carburettor.
Triple barrel IDA3C (Porsche) from £900
Holleys, Carbs start £330
Add zinc plating to the steel and linkages of your carburettor for £35
Powder coat from £35
Prices exclude VAT.