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Old 08-09-2011, 08:49 AM   #1 (permalink)
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which holley carb is this one?

Hi guys, I just bought this holley 4bbl for a 350, but I cant find info about it. Does someone know which carb model is it?
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Old 08-09-2011, 11:44 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Any numbers stamped on the air horn? If you plan on a rebuild your gonna need those numbers as well.
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Look on the front of the air horn (where the choke is) and look for a list number. Google the list number and you should find everything you need to know.
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the mumbers are :
15553355
list-60037-1
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I`ll check google.

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OEM Chevy/GMC big block from heavy duty truck applications like school buses and RVs. I would not use it for your application.
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Hi ehummelman. why shouldnt I use it? I`ve read that its a 460cfm or so. what are the cons?

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the cons...


its 460 cfm!!!! way way to small.


its also a smog/efficency based setup, which means it would suck the balls off a bridge troll.


take it, hold it in you power /throwing hand, over your shoulder, and chuck it in to a ravine/cayon/mine shaft/tar pit/ some where it will never be seen again.
What he said.
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clearer imposible, haha.

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Will this fit a 305?? It has a 2bbl rochester. Or just leave it as a trophy?
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If you have a 4V manifold with the proper mounting holes ( or an adapter) it will fit. For a stock 305 it would work. But just because something will work doesn't mean you should use it.
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I wouldn't mess with an emission-control oriented carburator. For a 350 I would get a 4150 650 Holley or a 670 Truck Avenger or Street Avenger. For a 305 I would probably get a 570 Street Avenger.
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"which means it would suck the balls off a bridge troll."

Lucky bridge troll!

There aren't any trolls lurking around bridges out here. They prefer darker and colder and wetter regions.
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