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Old 11-03-2004, 12:33 PM
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Question Trying to ID a holley Carb..

I'm having a little trouble with a holley carb... Someone gave me this carb a while ago, they had no idea what it came off of... I don't think it's an o.e. carb for anything because it has a manual choke and 2 fuel feeds.. I posted a bunch of pics in my gallery... Thanks in advance for your help..
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Looks like an older double pumper. Check here for your numbers to see if you come up with anything... http://www.mortec.com/carbs.htm

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Try this link.

http://www.holley.com/HiOctn/TechSer...Info/4011.html

The one shown looks exactly like yours with the exception of the auto choke.
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Great that was exactly what I was looking for , the exploded view looks like a vacuum secondary unit but other than that it's exactly the same... now I just need to find an adapter to put it on a spreadbore intake... Thanks again for the help
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It looks like it might be a 4010 750 cfm
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Here is the link for the 4010.

http://www.holley.com/HiOctn/TechSer...Info/4010.html
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well, it's actually a 4013 but it's the same as the 4010 and the 4011 for the rebuild kit at least.... I noticed the picture of the 4010 shows the vacuum secondaries even though the part number that holley shows is for a mechanical... from what I found on holley's website it's a universal 750 cfm double pumper with a standard square bore mount.. no info as to how old it could be... I don't think it's too old because it uses torx screws to hold everything together versus regular slotted screws like the real old ones.... I think I'm going to bolt it on and see how well it works (IF it works) before I go get a rebuild kit or anything...
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