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Old 03-25-2010, 02:56 PM
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Holley Motorcraft Carb Identification

Ok, I really hope someone can help me out here, I'm trying to identify this carb I picked up off of an old Ford.

It looks like the pics I've attached, and has numbers;

E7PE-BA

A6D11

Any ideas? I know it's a Motorcraft by Holley, but I can't find the equivalent Holley part # or anything regarding specs.
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Even so I`m not sure, it kinda looks like a "Emissions Holley" as they were called that came on the early 80`s 5.0 mustang GT`s but don`t quote me on that.
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Well, from what I've been able to dig up, the E7PE-BA refers to an 87' Ford Engine part, as I've found a bit of info on E7PE-AA carbs. However, that particular number also applies to the engine as a whole.

So it looks like the A6D11 is the actual carb part #...
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I got the gunk off of the air horn, and found the Holley numbers.

E7PE-BA
LIST-50404-1
1026

Does that help any? I can't find that list number anywhere on the internet.
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Further information I got says it came off a 1987 5.0 Mustang. It is said not to invest a dime in this carb as they aren`t worth it, unless you were restoring a 87 mustang. The info says these carbs don`t operate as other carbs do as they are emissions carbs, If memorey serves the emissions carbs idle screws operate backward than a normal carbs, if it has idle adjustments at all.
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Help with Carb ID

I have a 3310-2 holley 750 vacuum secondary but there is a second set of numbers on the carb I am curious about. the numbers show as posted so any help would be appreciated.

LIST 3310-2
3368
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3310 Holley is a standard over the counter carb of 750cfm.

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It is a 4180 Series 600 CFM Holley, made especially for FOMOCO.

The List No. will get you a kit. Most likely have to call HOLLEY TECH.

E7 designates 1987 model run and P designates a replacement carb (most likely for warranty purposes).

It is an emissions style carb. They can be modified but why bother?
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OEM Holley W/Annular?

Anyone here know if the '84 Mustang GT came OEM w/a Holley 600 w/annular boosters and 4-corner idle?
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It (4S) came with the 4180-C shown above.

The AT came with CFI.
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Spent about 45 seconds googling "holley 4180", got this.

Seems to me that a 4-corner, annular booster Holley that can be had for a song has a place (on the right size engine) in hotrodding. Just because it started life as a "emission" carb, sure doesn't mean it has no potential, IMO.
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Spent about 45 seconds googling "holley 4180", got this.

Seems to me that a 4-corner, annular booster Holley that can be had for a song has a place (on the right size engine) in hotrodding. Just because it started life as a "emission" carb, sure doesn't mean it has no potential, IMO.
Do you mean by four corner idle the secondaries have idle adjustment screws also? The 4180-C does not. It's adjustment screws (primary) were moved to the front base of the throttle body. Only the front boosters are annular.

The TECH ARTICLE you found was written back when performance parts for a FORD were almost non-existent and the emissions man was on top of this period car.

It can be made to perform and there are also several TSB's from FORD regarding the carb.
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Originally Posted by KULTULZ
Do you mean by four corner idle the secondaries have idle adjustment screws also? The 4180-C does not.
I quote from the linked article:

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I also exposed the idle mixture screws on all four barrels by cutting away the casting (used a cut off wheel in my Dremel tool) around the anti-tamper plugs. Forget trying to drill those plugs out, they're made out of diamond, or something equally as hard!! I adjusted the four idle mixture screws until I had maximum vacuum at idle.
It would appear that there are more than just ONE type 4180.

There has never been a time when performance parts were't readily available for Fords- especially Mustangs w/5.0 L engines in them.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by cobalt327

I quote from the linked article:
That comment was not from the article but the person describing it personal comment.

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It would appear that there are more than just ONE type 4180.
Yes.

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There has never been a time when performance parts were't readily available for Fords- especially Mustangs w/5.0 L engines in them.
Where were you from the early seventies to early eighties?
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Your observation:
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Originally Posted by KULTULZ
That comment was not from the article but the person describing it personal comment.
is weak- VERY weak. Maybe you'd have liked it better, had I said "I quote from the linked PAGE", not article.

The point is that you are wrong in saying:
Quote:
Originally Posted by KULTULZ
Do you mean by four corner idle the secondaries have idle adjustment screws also? The 4180-C does not.
As for not being able to find Ford parts, I cannot help it if you were unable to open a magazine/catalog/find a Ford dealer. Parts were and are EVERYWHERE, always have been for the small block Ford. Since day one.
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