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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old Mar 31st, 08, 01:42 PM Thread Starter
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please help me identify this type of holley fuel bowl

I think these came on some muscle cars but I can't be sure. Does anyone know what this type of Holley this came off of, and were they single or double pumpers? Also, was this a primary or secondary bowl? Thanks!





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Re: please help me identify this type of holley fuel bowl

List 4346 (780cfm vac sec) has a vent on the primary bowl like that. It was used on 370hp 350's, 375hp 396's and 425hp 427's in '69 per the '69 Chassis Service Manual

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Re: please help me identify this type of holley fuel bowl

As Dennis said, the 4346 uses that style of primary bowl, as do several other GM factory carbs (3246, 3247, 3613, 4492, 4557, etc.)

Ford also used the same style of bowl on some of their carbs as well; does it have a single threaded fuel inlet just on the left side (as you view it from the front), or are both sides drilled & tapped?

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Re: please help me identify this type of holley fuel bowl

Early OEM type carbs. The smog gods made them change to a closed system so the bowl vent went away.
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As Dennis said, the 4346 uses that style of primary bowl, as do several other GM factory carbs (3246, 3247, 3613, 4492, 4557, etc.)

Ford also used the same style of bowl on some of their carbs as well; does it have a single threaded fuel inlet just on the left side (as you view it from the front), or are both sides drilled & tapped?

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Re: please help me identify this type of holley fuel bowl

That would be a Ford bowl then.

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