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C.K
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Hello
is this AMAL made for a BMW?

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It's 25 mm.

It's 25 mm.

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A previous post on Amal...not

A previous post on Amal...not sure about the sizes

http://vintagebmw.org/v7/node/8331

Also, google "amal carburetor bmw" and find quite a bit of discussion.

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Nope, not for a bmw. the

Nope, not for a bmw. the mounting flange is horozontal, which means that it's application is for a single carb setup using a shared intake tube-like on a single. (R2, R3, R4). and prewar singles didn't use amal-fischers.

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Zundapp?

I think I recall seeing horizontal flanges on some Zundapp twins, so that is another possibility.

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Thank you all. the type is

Thank you all.
the type is G/276. do you have any idea what type of Zundapp?

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Most likely it was a single

Most likely it was a single carb KS600 or K500, but I don't a clear memory anymore. I

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