Do you mean you can't locate the rebuild kit? Now I'm having some difficulty picturing the problem on the 2210. Since I have worked on both the 2245 and a number of different 2210 I can say they are almost identical. Holley Marvel Updraft — brass bowl — must be identified from pictures of actual linkage and internal specifications no identification numbers Updraft — diecast bowl — an identification number is stamped in tiny numbers on the underside of the bowl, or on the edge of the carburetor mounting flange. Think it's rated to around 250 cfm? A few times in carburetor cleaner, and the color disappeared to a natural aluminum finish. As far as I can tell, the carb looks to be in good shape, so I will definitely rebuild it. Although Holley employees will take part in answering questions from time to time, your questions may or may not be answered by Holley personnel.
The model is D and the number is 320. Seller thought it was a Weber. This carburetor is a direct replacement for all Ford Engines with a 2-barrel intake manifold. Except in V-8 applications running a two-barrel the carburetor is undersized and acts as a restrictor to the intake tract air flow. You may have to before you can post: click the register link above to proceed. If you wish carburetors identified, the best method is to send us a list by manufacturer, type, and identification number if present. They operate off a single 12 volt switched power wire from your vehicle.
These are important tools in tuning the fuel curve for different applications. Absolute identification, while possible, normally would exceed the value of the carburetor! A good tuner will use this to their advantage. Carburetor Repair Kits and Conversion Kits are not returnable or exchangeable if opened This Carb Kit is as pictured and fits the following Holley 2 Barrel Carburetors which were original to these applications. Meanwhile, you will have to look pretty long and hard to find a race car driver who actually loves racing a two-barrel. Muscle car enthusiasts have used Holleys on high-performance engines since the early 1960s and are known for their design characteristics, which make them easy to rebuild.
Also, the choke pull off has number 1326 on it. Occasionally, one of these can be done via telephone we would tell you what to look for. The anti pull-over type of discharge nozzle is rarely effective and only applies to the extreme airflow situation created by the V-8 engine anyway. Very early B series have the last 2 digits of the identification number stamped on the airhorn. Stromberg carburetors produced prior to 1935 can easily be identified as to type, as it is cast onto the carburetor; however complete identification is impossible unless one has prior knowledge of the carburetor being identified; and can be quite difficult and time consuming for even someone with the original prints. This type of choke is generally less expensive than an electric choke.
I looked up the 6628 and Holley doesn't list that list number anywhere that I could find. Thus, Holley can not guarantee an answer or timing on an answer. If so, they must have been right about it being obsolete, because there is nothing on the web I have found about it so far. Match your carburetor number to one on our list to be sure you getting the correct carburetor kit. Locate the Holley model number. These carburetors have different internal venturi, different calibrations, and different throttle and choke hook-ups.
Carburetor Repair Kits and Conversion Kits are not returnable or exchangeable if opened Repair Kit for replacement performance Holley Carburetors: R7448 R4412 R4412-1 R4412-2 R4412-3 R84412 R9647 R87448 Services numerous applications. This carburetor kit is for a Marine Holley 2B carburetor. The plug is at the top of the air horn. A second change would be 7-69B. After 1940 this trend was reversed, and most carburetors were stamped on the top surface of the airhorn along one of the edges. Any info will be greatly appreciated.
To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below. The power valve is a normally open valve that is controlled by the manifold pressure vacuum. The outer circle will be the O. It can be distinguished by the idle mixture screws which are in the throttle body, instead of in the metering block. Therefore, the main fuel circuit, or booster, is almost always active and delivering fuel. Dry Float Setting - measured with main body assembly inverted, from the toe of float to the face of float stop.
The motor starts right away but it idles up really high and with throttle it just gets worse until it hits well above red line. The auto choke arm left side of the carb behind the throttle arm is nowhere near the plastic cam and the throttle is all the way closed. The custom kit replaces the regular weighted pin and accelerator pump discharge nozzle screw with a spring-loaded check ball. The shape of the entry, exit, and size determines flow. The 4 digit tag appeared in 1952, and was continued on until the end. The same goes for making sure your two-barrel is properly tuned. Message us with your carb number and we'll check it out for you.
Any ideas from which car it comes from? Zenith carburetor produced after about 1980 will not have the round tag, but will have a tiny number stamped never raised in a semi-circle on the body of the carburetor. About Us Holley® has been the undisputed leader in fuel systems for over 100 years. For additional help including rebuild videos, free manuals, and troubleshooting, please see our. The reason is because the airspeed is too high due to the carb being undersized for the application going back to that whole restrictor plate thing. By requiring a two-barrel on a Late Model Stock V-8 or some similar class, the carburetor limits the amount of air the engine can ingest, which in turn, limits the horsepower it can make. This keeps the throttle plate at the correct angle closed while still providing enough airflow through the hole to keep the engine idling at the correct rpm.
A second change would have the letter A replaced by the letter B i. Yes, that's the list number, as evidenced here: Yes, your carburetor is most definitely obsolete, however, parts may still be available for it. An example of this numbering system would be 4675S, which is identical except for the number to 7028262. Some muscle car Holley carburetors, such as this Chevrolet carburetor used 'competition style' fuel bowls. The Holley carburetor is manufactured to be installed on smaller displacement engines like a 260, 289 or a 302. Although Holley employees will take part in answering questions from time to time, your questions may or may not be answered by Holley personnel. Most 2300 Holley carburetors had a tag which was attached to one of the float bowl screws, Holley also did a good job of stamping the front of the tower with the carburetor number.