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Username Post: 350HP/327 carb ?        (Topic#346277)
rod 
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07-29-17 02:06 PM - Post#2701959    

I have an original 350 HP Holley carb. main body. I have lots of Holley parts, so I can build a complete carb. if I can get a few answers.
was this a 4150 [rear jet block] or a 4160 [rear jet plate] type? was the front float bowl inlet angled down or was it a banjo fitting [like most 1850 600s]? was this carb. rated at 585 CFM or 600 CFM?
thanks Rod in AZ



 




Rick_L 
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07-29-17 06:29 PM - Post#2701992    
    In response to rod

Do you have the carb list number? I have a Holley reference chart that shows original jetting, metering plates, etc.



 
427SS65 
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12-10-17 09:10 PM - Post#2717535    
    In response to rod

The list number is 3245. They were listed at 600 cfm but apparently 585 cfm. It's very similar to the 2818-1 used on the Corvette 327/365 horse unit.

I know this is a dead post, but wanted to fill in for anyone's curiosity.

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