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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old Aug 3rd, 01, 12:40 PM Thread Starter
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I've searched and can't find any info on these carbs. I'm [pretty sure Im' getting the numbers right (choke horn). Anyone running one of these? I tried the holley website and they don't list it. They had to have made more than just one so if anyone knows anything (tuning, general info, cfm,ect.) I'd appreciate it.
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i don't see a 3090 listed here either,so double check your numbers,and try this site http://www.mortec.com/carbs.htm

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Doug, thanks for the reply. I checked Morteck (as well as the rest of the web) and didn't see the number. The whole top of the carb lifts off - no side hung bowls, has vac. secondaries, dual feed and is aluminum in color. The numbers on the choke horn are R84011-1 with 3090 below it. Strange how there doesn't seem to be any listing.
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The list number you want to look up at the Holley site is R84011-1; the other number (3090) is the date code, which indicates it was a service replacement model, made around the end of October, 1970 (or 1980). It was never used in a production application. OEM production Holleys used a 3-digit date code.

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Johnz, After relooking some holley sites I figured I'd look in my Summit catalogue. Sure enough on page 69 theres my carb- 4011 650 cfm., annular discharge boosters. Looks good. Funny thing though, its still not listed on the holley site.
The summit ad says limited quantities so mabey they've discontinued them.
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