We stock many tapered needles designed for the Eliminator® I & II SU® carburetors. To the right is a listing of the most popular needles and their application. For other needles, ask your salesperson.
1109-0002 . Needle BBX-Eliminator Richer Than BBT Needle 1109-0004 . Needle BBD-Eliminator Leaner Than BBT Needle 1109-0021 . Needle CV for HD6 SU® 1109-0022 . Needle BCJ-Eliminator Richer Than BBX Needle 1109-0023 . Needle UH for HD8 2" Stroker Engines 1109-0024 . Needle BBT for Eliminator® I & II 1109-0025 . Needle BCP .100 for Eliminator® I & II 1109-0026 . Needle BCY .100 for Eliminator® I & II 1109-0027 . Needle BDJ .100 for Eliminator® I & II
SU® Main Jets
1042-0070 . .100 (Stock)
1109-0020 . .1015 (Stroker 84"-90")
1042-0071 . .1024 (Stroker over 90")
Needle & Seat for Eliminator® I & II
1109-0007 . Needle/Seat For Eliminator® II Carburetor (Replaces Gross Jet)
1109-0008 . Needle/Seat For Eliminator® I Carburetor (Replaces Gross Jet)
Piston Return Springs
In most cases the strength of the return spring is a tuning asset. If you have a mixture problem, a stronger or weaker spring may solve that problem. We have listed our three most popular springs, 4 oz., 8 Oz. And 12 oz. Stock carburetors have the weakest spring installed. A stronger spring will richen the mixture over the entire rpm range.