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Links to Holley 94 Technical info

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Dreddybear, Aug 14, 2008.

  1. scootermcrad
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    AWESOME! I'm workin' on a banner for you right now...
     
  2. Dreddybear
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    Muchos Gracias Amigo. I have my scepter ready :D
     
  3. Dreddybear
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    Back up, I've added several really good discussions...
     
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  5. Dreddybear
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    Way ahead of you brother! That's an excellent article. One of the first links up here. Thanks for lookin out!
     
  6. kevinc
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    awesome gona save this thread, i want to run a couple on my 270 gmc, just gotta find a couple. thanks for the info
     
  7. Dreddybear
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    There is now a group dedicated to 94's. You can view it's contents and join HERE
     
  8. scootermcrad
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    Thanks Paulie!

    BTW... need to chat with you about this very subject! I'll get with you in a PM later when we have a little more time.
     
  9. Dreddybear
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    I've added a ton of links to this page as well as the social group page. Here it is for those who may need it. :)
     
  10. scootermcrad
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    Awesome!!! Thanks man!
     
  11. Bump. I was searching for 94 info and found this thread...12 PAGES IN!!!!

    Thanks Dreddybear for compiling this.
     
  12. mullskull
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    this thread is like finding a vain of gold!

    thanks for the effort!
     
  13. Rehpotsirhcj
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    x2
    Thanks a ton.
     
  14. Donnj
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    Rebuilding some 94s and got the kit from Vintage Speed and was wondering if anyone had any pics of the torsion return spring installed on a 94
     
  15. oj
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    The spring isn't on the throttle shaft, it is situated on its' own boss and behind the link bar for the choke. The throttle shaft has no spring that i have seen. My pics aren't the best but i think you can see what is going on.
     

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  16. Donnj
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    Thanks OJ great info, the springs im trying to install are called throttle base torsion return springs from Vintage Speed which didnt come on my carbs originally. These springs are to eliminate one large throttle return spring. thanks
     
  17. Dreddybear
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    I like the idea of those, especially on multi carb setups where sometimes it's hard to get one spring to get all the carbs closed that last 1% that gives you an idle..
     
  18. oj
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    Do they go on the throttle shaft? Problem with that is that the throttle shafts are soft brass so try to configure things so that they aren't under tension. The throttle arm (to the carb) is the safest place to have the spring so that the tension is on the pedal not the carb.
     
  19. Donnj
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    Me too Bear, not to mention it looks alot cleaner than a big spring, just cant seem to figure out where the spring mounts
     
  20. Truckeez
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    Hi I just joined the group--Got a big load of 94s
    a few early ones
    a 92 and a 57
    a bunch of 8ba's and unmarked same
    a couple 1 1/16 venturi
    one holley with bigger throttle bores-marked holley not ford( its got load - matic dashpot.
    and four one barrels

    heres the link for converting a load o matic to newer vaccum advance distributor port http://www.eatonbalancing.com/blog/...ey-94-two-barrel-for-late-model-distributors/

    Question. Early ones only have the two air bleed holes in the top of base.
    the load o matic got the extra hole on the base and the edges are camfered.

    But some of mine that were not load o matic also got the third hole--WHY??
     

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  21. Scooter , on your "build" discuss the drilled hole in the upper housing on some units and also discuss the proper way to color the Holley. Also discuss the "mystery" of using a new style power valve.

    thanks

    working on my 15th one in two months, only 12 to go....
     
  22. Very helpful Dreaddybear.
     
  23. forty1fordpickup
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    Here is a shot of the late PV vs a modified one. I ran into this problem myself.
     

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  24. Dreddybear
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    BTT sorta, just so folks can find the group..
     
  25. Dreddybear
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    I would like to Endorse dickster27 as my official 94 parts supplier. Also he can build full setups that look beautiful.
     
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  26. This is a great thread for anyone planning on using 94's in a multiple carb set-up, wealth of info. Shout out to Dreddybear for putting it all together, plus to all who added info to this thread. Happy reading
     
  27. oldscl
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    Glad I came across this. Thanks Dreddybear and contributors. BTTT cause you can never have too much info on these things.
     
  28. Tim
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  29. Bookmarked! Thanks, @Dreddybear for this comprehensive list!
     

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