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Help needed with List # on Holley 2BBl carbs

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by movin/on, Nov 8, 2008.

  1. movin/on
    Joined: Jan 18, 2007
    Posts: 823

    movin/on
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    I've been collecting the newer style Holley 2bbl carbs and have a few put aside for projects. I've got multiples of some of these and want to match up carbs on multi carb intakes.

    I checked the Holley Web site & it seems they only have the numbers for 4V carbs. Went to The Old Car Manual site and found out about the application (year & car) but can't find out about the CFM

    List # 2V carbs
    6391-242
    1844
    2011
    4643-1
    2437
    4V Carbs not listed
    6829-D4
    50259-3

    Is there another site with CFM's for 2V Holley's or can anyone help me with these List # rated Flows?

    Thanks Movin/on
     
  2. HEATHEN
    Joined: Nov 22, 2005
    Posts: 7,585

    HEATHEN
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    from SIDNEY, NY

    6391--1972 IHC 304 V8
    1944--1958-59 Ford 332
    2011--1960-61 Ford truck 292
    4643-1--a replacement carb for just about any V8 equipped 1965-70 Ford
    6829--1973 Ford F250 390
    2437--the crown jewel of the lot! 1961-63 Ford 390 and 406 3X2 carb
     
  3. movin/on
    Joined: Jan 18, 2007
    Posts: 823

    movin/on
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    Thanks Heathen - but I wanted the various CFM ratings, as well, or someplace I could find them.

    Movin/on
     
    Last edited: Nov 9, 2008
  4. Twisted6
    Joined: May 27, 2007
    Posts: 474

    Twisted6
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    i would like to find two more of this carb ( L 80095 ) ( 3007) is all there is on the choke horn. It looks like a normal Holley at a quick Peak. 350,500 cfm BUT it is more like a holley webber 1 primary & 1 secondary. I can take a photo if need be. And i am pretty sure this is a 350cfm I know they came as a 350 & 500 cfm.
     
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