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Old 03-24-2013, 11:27 AM
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Holley Factory jet size

I know there is a chart somewhere for the factory jet sizes from Holley. I have a Holley HP 4150 list 82651, I cant find factory jet size anywhere, and of course I never wrote it down, Can anyone help me? I found several older charts but cant finde the specs for this carb. Thanks in advance.

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Maybe it's in here: http://www.holley.com/data/TechServi...%20Listing.pdf
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No, unfortunately, it's not.

This carb is a "High Performance" model, with mechanical secondaries, no choke horn, etc.


My bet is that the OP will have to call or e-mail the Holley Tech Line for this info.
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I knew I should have written them down!!! Thats not like me, I take lots of notes!
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In case, the carb list number will be stamped into the carb body behind the throttle linkage.

A list of some of them:
Holley HP carb jets, PV and shooter sizes
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