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Unread 03-12-2009, 10:30 AM   #16
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Alright, well I picked up a Holley 2300 2bbl for cheap that's in great shape. I'm going to go through it anyways and clean it real well and put in a rebuild kit with new seals and accelerator pump to make sure it's 100%. It's a marine model, so it's got an electric choke and the fuel bowl overflow points back down into the carburetor. All I have to do is change that with a Dremel and then decide whether I want to install a manual choke kit or wire up the automatic choke if it works. I called Holley and they couldn't ID it other than that it is a 2300 model, but I'm guessing it's the 500cfm mode.

It's got 2 #70 jets installed in it, and my stock Carter YF has a single #70 jet. Obviously this thing is going to be running way too rich jetted that way. The smallest jets Holley makes is #41. Should I start at 41s, or does anyone else have any opinions?

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Unread 08-20-2013, 09:39 PM   #17
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I'm new to this forum and appreciate the detailed write ups.
There are several regarding the Carter Yf; but this one seems to address my problem. Running rich, especially at idle, with excessive visible fuel coming from the discharge nozzle.
Looking at my pictures and reading this post; I'm going to adjust my float and see if this resolves my problem. The float doesn't seem to have fluid in it, and I submerged it in near boiling water checking for leaking bubbles; it seems sound. Metering rod jet seems to be adjusted correctly, and pump diaphragm is new.
Could someone identify the holes I numbered? And does the discharge nozzle look damaged, and can it be replaced?



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Unread 08-21-2013, 12:10 AM   #18
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1. Air jet for idle circuit
2. Air idle bleed passage
3. Anti Perc passage
4. Main discharge nozzle
5. Pump Jet (accelerator pump)
6. Discharge Check ball and weight.

http://civilianjeep.info/Strenk/Carb...leratorAni.gif

http://civilianjeep.info/Strenk/Carb...rcuitSmall.gif

http://civilianjeep.info/Strenk/YF/Y...lored-idle.jpg

your float looks like it's adjusted a little too high.
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Unread 08-21-2013, 07:31 PM   #19
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Thanks.
When I removed the carb, if I tipped it in the direction of the discharge nozzle, a steady dribble of fuel would come out of the nozzle. Is this because of the maladjusted float or is something else going on?
I couldn't get your civilianjeep links to work. It looks like you intended GIFs; but they're linked to an Ad site.
Thanks again!
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