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Good deal. Here is a link to Holley's numerical listings. This allows you to determine if a used carburetor has been modified with different jets, etc. It also provides the part and kit numbers as assembled by Holley. It also has been valuable to me by providing information on obscure purpose built Holley carburetors. For instance, a Mercruiser marine big block carburetor built to a specific cfm for the application, with staggered jetting to compensate for lean running cylinders as dyno tested by Mercruiser. I printed the complete listing some years back, increased the print size to fit a 11.5x14 page and made a book to put in my shop literature.


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Originally Posted by OLNOLAN
This allows you to determine if a used carburetor has been modified with different jets, etc. It also provides the part and kit numbers as assembled by Holley.
Good thinking. Would've never even thought of that. Thanks!
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