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Holley carb identification

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by cybrfire, Dec 15, 2003.

  1. cybrfire

    cybrfire 1 ton status Vendor GMOTM Winner

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    Having a little trouble identifying this carb that I've had for a while. Well that is to say I know what number it is but that is all I know. R84010 is stamped in the ususal holley location. Does anybody have a link to a sight for holley sizes and models. Can't find anything on the holley sight about it and I'm sure its old. Oh yeah, I know you don't like holley's but they are still good for some applications. /forums/images/graemlins/grin.gif
     
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    yea id kinda like to know about that to..ive got a holley that i took of my truck a while ago and dont know what size.model it is either..
     
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    I like Holley carbs. I've found thaqt most people who don't like them either (1.) Can't turn them propperly. (2.) You got to admitt they are not the best carb for off camber, but they do have a new carb designed for off road (The truck avenger) but most off roaders won't try it becouse of Holley's bad rep. for stalling off camber. ...... I would think your carb is a 4010 modle, but that's just a guess.
     
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    You have a 600cfm Model #4010. That carb is one of the kind that has the polished aluminum body, black hardware and no gaskets below fuel level. I used to have a #4011 650cfm DP Spreadbore. They are pretty good carbs. /forums/images/graemlins/thumb.gif
     
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    Beast, that is what I was wanting to know the CFM rating. Thanks. I was figuring it was a 4010. Nice looking carb but that doesn't mean much. Polished and dual feeds.
     

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