Reuse Holly carb 4749?

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  1. Cazman

    Cazman Active Member FCBO Gold Member

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    Sorry, you lost me earlier. I do not know all the numbers and terms here. All I know is the 4150 double pumper and the 4160. I guess mine is a version of the 4160, but only 600 cfm. You recommended the 780. Did you mean the 4150 style?

    Also, is this clone a 4150 made to look like a 4160?
     
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    Dana Woodruff Carburetor Specialties FCBO Vendor

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    Exactly. It is convincing to the unsuspecting, but if you know what your looking at, it kinda reminds you of a fat guy in a little coat.
     
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    Lol. So, what’s involved for me. Do you have the parts to do something similar. Cost?
    I do not need numbers matching.
     
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    Dana Woodruff Carburetor Specialties FCBO Vendor

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    I did that job for $375+ $125 for the core. You would get 10% off the $375 and the 780 core would be $100
     
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    Dana Woodruff Carburetor Specialties FCBO Vendor

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    Ok, ORDER UP! Here you go Cazman. Here is your undercover 780. A little more work than I first thought integrating the Chrysler throttle shafts, but worth it. Side hung float bowls and a 3310-3 rear metering plate, Chrysler style vacuum pod, and I had to get a little creative on the curb idle adjustment screw. The Chrysler main bodies have a cast on boss that the screw goes through that 3310’s don’t have and the Chrysler throttle shaft won’t work with the 3310 screw. I can’t wait to hear it make music on your 505” 7B6CF4D0-1A0E-49D7-A813-2438BB593F2F.jpeg 0BF03875-BFBE-4FA7-BE9D-2F8C18DD69C4.jpeg E1B3A30B-630E-4107-8477-03B0E0267EBC.jpeg
     
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    Cazman Active Member FCBO Gold Member

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    Wow, looks great. Thanks for integrating the original throttle linkage, not only will it look correct but it will save me time hooking it up correctly. I love the idea of this thing being set up for my stroker, but still looking stock.
    I have always rebuilt my own carbs and I can’t tell you how many hours I’ve wasted screwing around with jets and valves. It will be a treat to have one done by a pro.
     
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    70bigblockdodge Old Man with a Hat FCBO Gold Member

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    That's awesome Dave. I did not get mine running last year but I know when it starts in a month or so my 800 DP is ready to run.
    I changed my combo a bit, I'm now up around 11:1 cr so that should work well with cam. Wishing for 10s low 11a will be a success also.
    Cazeman that carb looks great. I know you will be grinning when the naysayers say that carb won't work.
     
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