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Topic Review (Newest First)
07-12-2005 08:22 PM
Checy_Guy thanks for the info
07-12-2005 04:31 PM

07-12-2005 12:34 PM
Max Keith
what CFM?

The production Holley used on your Mustang GT is a 600 CFM, which is more than adiquate for anything you want to do, up to 7000 RPM. These special built carbs are different from the standard Holley performance line carbs, so you have to be careful about some parts interchangeability.
07-12-2005 08:56 AM
347mustang if its a 4 barrell i do believe its a 600 holley....i have a 84 gt and when i go it it had the orginal motor and carb in it and that was what it had
07-12-2005 07:28 AM
jalopy45 Go to, drop the tech questions menu down and enter #'s
07-12-2005 04:49 AM
Holley Carb Cfm?

I have a Holley carb of a 1984 mustang gt with list# 50151 can someone tell me what the cfm is?

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