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Old 05-31-2004, 10:46 AM
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How to ID a Holley Carb?

I have a double pumper Holley and want to check the settings but con't know what model it is. So far I have found Holley on both fule inputs, and on the filter mount plate 6R 3752 B. Any body got an idea?

Found it!

On the front of the carb was 4779-6, and I found the information I needed on the web. Sorry, I'll try to get more info before posting!


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on the front near the air horn is where you need to look... 4779 is a 750 DP mec secondarys
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