When is a Weber not a Weber?

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Yes, these “Webers” are hiding all the built-in hardware for fuel injection, a best-of-both-worlds solution for modern reinterpretations on a classic. The concept is laughably simple, and yet totally brilliant; the execution, at least visually, is absolutely spot-on. Jenvey developed its Heritage line with GTC Engineering, a well-known Aston Martin tuning outfit. The two firms extensively road- and dyno-tested prototype trumpets on a fuel-injected DB5 mule. But this isn’t exclusive Aston kit. Heritage horns are made in four sizes, ranging from 40 to 48mm, which should make them work for the majority of classics. They’ll fit most manifolds configurations, too, and come in pairs of two to feed rowdier engines.

Fake Webers.
Fake Webers.