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Technical Holley Carb ID

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by jackalope, Jan 16, 2018.

  1. jackalope
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  2. wheeltramp brian
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    600cfm with 4x4type vent tubes?
     
  3. jackalope
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    It looks like a Holley Avenger for trucks. Any reason I couldn’t use this? I don’t plan to be off camber but free is good in my book


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  4. jackalope
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    It’ll go on a carb’d and distributor converted non HAMB friendly GM motor


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  5. It's pretty hard to beat that price!
     
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  6. squirrel
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    get it, and then read the number stamped on the choke horn, and we can identify it for you
     
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  7. Rich S.
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    Looks like a 4160 with the off road vent tubes?


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  8. Deuces
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    I got this one for next to nothing.... I was a happy camper when I checked the List #....:D:D:D:D:D 134265360413824.jpg
     
  9. jackalope
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    Okay, in order to get the correct number for ID, where should I look? I heard the choke horn. How long is the number. I didn’t see much anything.
    Lastly, and more importantly, any reason NOT to use this on the street or any changes to improve for street use.


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  10. 19Fordy
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    If you Goggle "Holley Carb List Numbers" you will get the answer. Here's a start.
    ww.mortec.com/carbs.htm
     
  11. Deuces
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    Take a close up picture of the front of the choke horn and post it on here....
     
  12. seb fontana
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    The numbers are in the pic you posted, looks like a smudge.
     
  13. jackalope
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    I’m told it is in fact a Holley Truck Avenger. Not sure cfm but by all accounts and visual description, it is an Avenger.
    Now, back to the crux of the matter. Any downside to running this and if so, can anything be done to improve on street. Basic 350hp later model GM engine.


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  14. squirrel
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    like I said, get the carb, tell us what that stamped number is, that is visible in the picture but too blurry to read.

    They make a bunch of sizes of Avenger carbs, we'd be guessing if we tried to tell you it would or would not work for you.
     

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