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Old 07-06-2014, 06:26 PM
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Carburetor Identification

Hi, I just bought a 67 f100. It has a 460 out of a 71 crown vic or grand marques. Can anyone tell me what kind of Holly this is so I can get a rebuild kit? It is stamped with List-3310-2 2D45. Not sure if that is a "D" or a "0". Also in the second picture you can see an aluminum tubed wrapped in a braded cotton of some sort. It comes out of the carb and loops around the exhaust manifold and doesnt go anywhere. What is the purpose of it?


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oh sorry. it is a Holly
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The heat tube supplies hot air to the choke .. Some electric chokes although electric still require a hot air source .. Your carb's model number is a 4160 .. Get a Holley brand kit for a 4160 don't use any other substitute .. It does matter

The 3310-1 is actually a 4150 carb, because its got a metering block (removeable jets) on the secondaries. The 3310-2 through 6 are 4160 style, because they use a metering plate for the secondaries (non-removeable jets).

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Thanks for the info redroad. So, for not other reason than it is ugly, is there something else I can do with the heat tube? the outside and interior of the truck are almost perfect. I would like to get the engine compartment to match.
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Thanks for the info redroad. So, for not other reason than it is ugly, is there something else I can do with the heat tube? the outside and interior of the truck are almost perfect. I would like to get the engine compartment to match.
You can get Choke Conversion Kit PART #: 45-223
Holley Performance Products Choke Conversion Kit*45-223

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Got it all done. Thanks for the help. I cant believe what a difference a carb kit makes.. 100% improvement.
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Got it all done. Thanks for the help. I cant believe what a difference a carb kit makes.. 100% improvement.
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