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Old 08-16-2010, 04:09 PM
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Holley Carburetor Identification

Can someone assist me in identifying a Holly carburetor model?
Do I look for stamped numbers on the carb?
Also, how can I tell if the intake manifold is aluminum?

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Year: 1964
Make: Chevrolet
Model: Impala SS
Engine: 327 cu. in.
Intake manifold: Edelbrock
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Old 08-16-2010, 04:17 PM
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manifold is aluminum. Carb looks like a 600 or 650. Look for numbers on the carb.
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I agree^^
A magnet wont stick to Aluminum.
Look for 1850 etc.. on the front right of the Choke Horn.= 600cfm w/Vac. Secondary.
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Old 08-16-2010, 04:26 PM
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Carb says LIST-1850-3(??, not sure if it is a 3 at the end), it is a common performance replacement 600 cfm Vacuum Secondary, square flange, 4160 model
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Follow-up

What products are out there for cleaning/polishing the aluminum intake manifold without removing it? Thanks for all your help....
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They make this stuff called soap and you combine it with water.
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What products are out there for cleaning/polishing the aluminum intake manifold without removing it? Thanks for all your help....
Forget polishing, but you CAN use Gunk engine degreaser. Follow the can directions. You can scrub bad spots w/a toothbrush or some of those small wire brushes.
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Gunk may darken the Al.
Super Clean, Greased Lightning, Purple Crap etc.. works good on Al.
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I've never had that happen.
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