Thread: Holley list numbers
26-07-2008, 09:14 PM #1
Holley list numbers
Hi guys just been looking at the holley website and can not seem to find my list number any were.
As on the carb were it says list it is blank and the number on top of the carb is 6r 7867 b doz this mean anything to any body.
27-07-2008, 06:29 PM #2
give us some pics. top bottom and sideIf a man says something in a forest, and his wife isn't there to hear him................is he still wrong?
28-07-2008, 05:07 PM #3
28-07-2008, 08:48 PM #4
most of the time the list numbers are printed on the choke horn which yours doesnt obviously have.
its either a HP series holley or its had an aftermarket centre put in it becauseof the contoured edges.I love Prius drivers cause I need their share of the fuel supply!
28-07-2008, 09:02 PM #5
AED Holley DP clone with 4 corner idle, dropleg boosters and adjustable air bleeds.
AED HO Series Holley Carburetor
looks like a HO series. haven't had any experience with these, but going by the pics on their website, it should be a HP version
if you could measure the butterfly diameters, we'd have a good idea, I reckon
looking at the venturi size and it looks like 30cc pumps, I'm taking a stab at 750cfm wet flowedIf a man says something in a forest, and his wife isn't there to hear him................is he still wrong?
29-07-2008, 12:18 AM #6
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Russ go to the carb section of the book i sent you,the centre body section is the same as the ones in there.Might give you a clue.
29-07-2008, 09:39 AM #7
Hmmmm. Sherlock Homie is on the case, looking for clues.
Looking at the venturi spacing in the pics, I'd say it's a 750, then.
That MAY be a HOLLEY, Russ.
Perhaps it's just been done up with AED stickers on the bowls.
Although, this seems to be using a primary bowl on the secondary side. Notice how the fuel level checking plug is the same height as the primary, instead of slightly lower.
No thread on the opposite side intake on that bowl leads me to the conclusion that it was supplied to AED as a blank and drilled/tapped to suit their application.
Nevertheless, most of the clones buy parts from HOLLEY. That's why I disregarded the HOLLEY casting on the body.
AED, QUICKFUEL, PROFORM, DamBEST. Not counting DEMON, as they use all their own stuff on HOLLEY basic design
Some of them use billet metering plates and baseplates, which can be a downfall in the HOLLEYs. HOLLEY HP series started using these.
LH/350, what are the rest of the numbers on it. I can see some on the metering blocks, but can't quite make out what they are.If a man says something in a forest, and his wife isn't there to hear him................is he still wrong?
29-07-2008, 02:13 PM #8
Hey wabbit the numbers on the front metering block is 10562-4 and the rear is 10561-6 the guy i got it of said it was a 800-850 or something but not beliving him as he was a bit blazza about it all
29-07-2008, 07:30 PM #9
I was certain I had a list of the HOLLEY part numbers for different carbies, including metering blocks.
I was hoping that could tell us something.
Not all metering blocks are interchangeable, as the Power Valve channel restrictions are different.
get in and measure those venturi and throttle plates
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