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post #46 of 220 Old 02-12-2008, 06:44 PM Thread Starter
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got the carb, need some info on it.....not sure what it came off of..... it's a holley 4 bbl.....number on it reads
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here are some pics..... please help!!! i need a rebuild kit!




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post #47 of 220 Old 02-12-2008, 07:21 PM
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It's a Holley 750 4bbl with vaccum secondaries. Can't tell you much more than that, and what I did tell you I got off of Google.

Sorry, my experience with carburetors is setting the idle then taking them off to put on EFI.
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hmmmmm..... my experience with them is ZERO..... never dealt with one.....maybe somebody can "dumb down" what you just said..... if rebuilt and adjusted properly, is it a decent carb?

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if your gonna wheel and use a holley get a truck avenger. otherwise put a q-jet on there. street carbs are only going to give you headaches on the trail

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too solve your problems, I would just do fuel injection. This is one of the best mods i did when i did the 4.3 conversion in my jeep. I have now removed the 4.3 and putting in a 350 tbi into my jeep. No more starting problems and it will idle thru the roughiest terrain...

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Sounds like he's using the carb because it was free or close to it. Holley, Q-jet, edlebrok, whatever. None of them are worth anything in the woods but the holley will get him driving until he can get fuel injection together.
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Sounds like he's using the carb because it was free or close to it. Holley, Q-jet, edlebrok, whatever. None of them are worth anything in the woods but the holley will get him driving until he can get fuel injection together.
which is exactly what i'm doing..... i obviously don't wanna stick with the carb, i do want fuel injection, but thats kinda pricey right now plus i haven't decided how i wanna go about it......the carb and intake cost me nothing.....
oh yea, figured out the specs on the carb plus some..... 1 ton, you were right on. thanks!

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picked up a rebuild kit for the carb today....... that's gonna be a job in itself!

also ordered the shifter and radiator. my goal for this weekend is to get the "new" motor cleaned up, new gaskets and seals, get it mated to the trans, cut my rear fenders for the comp cut, and of course rebuild the carb.... any pointers on that by the way???? (first timer!)
whats best to clean the carb when building it? just regular carb cleaner???



tomb raider, i saw you mounted your stock sending unit in your fuel cell..... hard to do?

could i run the carbed 350 off of the stock fuel pump??


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You cannot use the stock fuel pump by itself on the carb. You need a fuel pressure regulator inline to drop the pressure between 5 and 8 psi.


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ok, so if i get a regulator, i can keep the stock pump?

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You cannot use the stock fuel pump by itself on the carb. You need a fuel pressure regulator inline to drop the pressure between 5 and 8 psi.


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Depends on the carb... Edelbrocks are supposed to have a maximum of 6.5psi unless that changed recently. I am not sure what the Holley requires.

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ok, so if i get a regulator, i can keep the stock pump?
Sounds like you want to drop the YJ sending unit in the 2161 cell? Take the pump off the sending unit and put it in the goodie drawer in your toolbox, put a peice of hose in its place. Cap the return line on the sender and run the supply line to the factory mechanical pump on the side of the block.

That way you can easily convert back to EFI down the road (you will want to, trust me) by putting the pump back on the sender and running a return line.
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Depends on the carb... Edelbrocks are supposed to have a maximum of 6.5psi unless that changed recently. I am not sure what the Holley requires.
No it hasn't changed. Its still 6.5psi for edelbrock carbs. That is what I'm running now. They are mfg specific. I just don't know what the others run because I've never ran anything but edelbrock.

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[QUOTE=1 ton yj;4819680] run the supply line to the factory mechanical pump on the side of the block.

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only issue i've seen with the engine cradle is that i need to use an electric fuel pump.....

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Another reason not to use the cradle.

You're going to need a regulator in that case. Aeromotive makes a nice one, should be in Summit, Jeg's, ect.
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