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I recently purchased a 1947 MG-TC, brought over from the UK. It has a Magna Charger and the carb has the above number on it. The float bowl has ABF509 on a tag also. Where can I locate information concerning this SU?  Are there kits to rebuild it available?

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Hi Richard.  

The numbers you have quoted do not conform to the part numbers in my SU factory catalogue.  

The standard TC carbs were a pair of SU type H2 (with 1.25 inch outlet hole) and ES needles.

The supercharged TC had a single SU type H6 (with 1.75 inch outlet hole) and RM7 needle.

All parts and rebuild kits are available from Burlen Fuel Systems, Salisbury, UK, SP1 3SA.

See: http://sucarb.co.uk/catalogsearch/result/?q=H6+Carburettor

In particular, for the H6 setup on a supercharged MG TC see:

http://sucarb.co.uk/h6-carburettor-for-a-mg-tc-competition-supercharged-4-cyl-19  

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Barrie Jones

Expertise

MG Sports Cars from 1949 to 1980 - Including MGB, MGBGT V8, TF1500, TF, TD and modern Midgets. I also specialise in SU carburettors, Lucas wiring, suspension, steering & brakes.

Experience

I have owned my 1955 TF1500 since 1966. Technical specialist for the TD and TF with the MG Car Club T Register. Also owned 20 MGBs and currently own an MGBGT V8. Written 3 books on MGs and produced a DVD on how to strip and rebuild the TD/TF gearbox.

Organizations
MG Car Club.

Publications
Barrie's Notes on the 1953-55 MG TF (author). /=====/ Barrie's Notes on the MGB (author). /=====/ Barrie's Notes on the MGB GT V8 (author). /=====/ The Essential Buyer's Guide to the MG TD, TF and TF1500. (author)

Education/Credentials
M Phil, C Eng, BSc (Eng).

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