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Old 09-17-2006, 08:41 PM
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Carb ID

Hello. I'm trying to help a friend ID his carb. The numbers are C2TE-9510-R List-2489 1748, which seem to indicate it's from a '62 Ford truck. I've typed the number into Google but nothing useful comes up. Any ideas?

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my book says it is a Holley 1 bl.-it's application is 58-64 6cyl up to 262 ci.Am I close?Hope this helps
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The carb is actually a 2bbl. Here's the only picture I have.

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Sorry about bad info my book doesn't tell cfm but sez it's a 2300 series carb for 59-68 for a 292,352,360 and 390 ci.Kit #1570 from Standard wich is what my local Carquest sells.Thanks for bringing my mistake to my attention
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No problem. Thanks for checking anyway. The carb is in Germany so it is possible that it may have come from an export car or truck. Maybe that's why we can't find it.

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It's definately a Holley,maybe call their tech line.
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Holley List Number 2489

I just bought this same carb; I think it's the same. Here are my Numbers C2TE-9510-R List-2489 3577 : so far I found that the C2TE # is a Ford number the next is the Holley List Number #2489 and the last 4 digits are the date of manufacture 3/5/77 ? Another site I found was just a pdf download of some setting info that said this is a 2300 series, I also got a parts explosion Diagram and some lists of numbers that I will have to print out to read because they are so small on screen. But I still have no Idea what the CFM is, I'm gona try and call Holley Tech Team today and see it they can give me some info, I'll let you know what I find out. ALSO I WAS WONDERING ? If anyone has one of the Holley DVD's or knows someone who does ?!?
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For Ford stuff, usually the first two digits (C2) indicate the year. That would date it as a '62. It might also be possible that they kept the same design over the years but never changed the number.
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Hey guys All I have been able to come up with from an old Holley catalog is this- 1 11/16 blades =500 cfm,1 3/4 = 500 or 650 cfm , 1 1/2 = 350 cfm.Sevice replacement # is 1-698 and Holley renew kit # is 85R-1159. Hope this info is of some use.
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