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Old 12-29-2006, 12:08 AM
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ID Help: Holley List 7158-1 & D5TE-9510-CB

I have what looks like a Holley 4160 that came with an 86 Bronco (351W ) that I bought a couple of years ago and am trying to ID it better. It apparently came off of a Ford truck in the mid to late 70s. I can't find the list number in my Holley book or web site. It has a metering block for the secondaries instead of a plate but only has a single diaphragm pump, otherwise I would suspect it to be a 4150. I am interested in determining the cfm rating and the correct kit for it.

The ford casting is: F5TE-9510-CB which just translates to 1975 and 9510 tells met its a carb, duh! I assume CB is the revision code.

The list is 7158-1 which isn't in my Holley book or the site.

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It is off of a 75 Truck. 600cfm. The kit will found using the F5TE #.
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Thanks. What's the story on the secondary having a metering block rather than a plate?
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Some earlier versions used them, then they started using the metering plate. Cheaper I guess.
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