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Old 01-28-2008, 02:42 PM
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Does Holly have single fuel inlet carbs?

I am wondering if Holley has any carbs that are not double fuel inlet carbs?
I am looking for 750 vacuum secondary electric choke carb that does not feed into the carb in two places.
Forgive my ingnorance on this but I cannot seem to find one?

Thanks for any help
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Yes, the List# 1850 and others have a single inlet. Personally, I cringe at the dual inlets which I have difficulty connecting and usually use a bunch of four letter words.

You can take a List# 3310 (750, vac sec.) and put the 1850 front and rear bowls on them. The single inlet bowls are all over the place.
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Thank you. So if I get an 1850 list it should be a single inlet. right.
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yes, the 0-1850 is a single feed 600 cfm, I have one on my '66 C10
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One thing I should have mentioned. The single inlet bowls have a feed tube between the front and rear bowls. The 1850 bowls and feed tube will fit a Holley 4160 carb. If you have a 4150, you will need a longer feed tube.
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Doesn't the 3310 have a metering block with jets and the 1850 have a metering plate? I would check to see if the floats in the single inlet bowls will work with a metering block carb. It has been a while but I think the 3310 has side hung floats and the 1850 are center hung. Holley made a single inlet 750 carb vac sec carb but I don't think they make it anymore, I think it was a 4165 model but I am not too sure on this.
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Thanks. I was hoping they mad a 750 single inlet. I will do some more research.
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Yes, the 4150s have a rear metering block. The 4160s do not. If he has a 4150 all he has to do is get a longer feed tube.

Also, when I said "bowls" I meant the bowls and internals. The 1850 has side hung floats.
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