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holly carb id

I have a holly 2 barrel carb I am trying to id. the number on the side is R7364A. it is not the typical holly shape. Any help would be appreciated.

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I have a holly 2 barrel carb I am trying to id. the number on the side is R7364A. it is not the typical holly shape. Any help would be appreciated.
get the list # off the air horn.

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That would be an OEM Holley number. It's not a performance carburetor.
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Hey since we are talking about this stuff I was looking at a carb I got with a 427T BBC. It was in a dump truck, it is a hollley it has small bowls and metering blocks on both ends but only a single inlet for fuel. It is a vacuum secondary. I thought the list was 4181 or 8141 or something like that. The carb is huge but the butterflys are really small.

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Without a pic, it sounds like it may be a 22XX. They separate at horizontally instead of vertically like most familiar Holley carbs. It that is the model there is little( really none) airhorn to have a list #.They came in several models and one version was used as standard equipment on some Chrysler models in the late 70s. I can't recall all the various # but they some are 2210,2245 and 2280. I'll look through some older manuals and see if i can find that #.
The 4bbl sounds like a typical Holley truck carb, all were single inlet with a transfer tube to the rear, that's if it has the bowls that are removable. If not it may be a 4360. Just like the 2bbl it is horizontally separated. A pic would aid in identifying both carbs.
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holly carb id

this carb has no choke horn. it is an odd looking holly. thanks for your help
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thanks for the information. on my holly carb id question.
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