1973 Honda Civic
I used the car mainly for ice racing in the winter, but also participated in road and oval events. It had a 'stroker' crankshaft so displaced 1.3L, vs the stock 1.2L. It has a performance cam, header, and sidedraft DCOE weber when I got it. I adapted a later model distributor to get rid of the points and also tried a downdraft Weber DGV. The DGV provided better throttle response and also seemed to make better top-end power. Single sidedrafts (with 2 barrels) don't work well on a 4 cylinder car.
Weber Redline 32/36 DGV | Carburetor
Two Barrel Progressive Carb, Manual Choke
Advanced Engine Management (AEM) 30-4900 | Air/Fuel Ratio Gauge
The Wideband FAILSAFE Gauge provides the ability to accurately tune AFR, while actively protecting your engine by constantly monitoring AFR curves ...
Weber Redline DCOE | Carburetor
Sidedraft carburetor used as factory equipment on several Italian cars but more commonly used on custom and race vehicles.