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    Default Can you ID this carb??

    I found this in my pops garage today collecting dust. The only thing i can find online is that its a model 4010 and its a 750. Im not sure how to adjust it, etc. Anyone seen one of these?

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    I have seen them before, They where only around for a couple of years. I beleive Summit bought the patten or whatever for those carbs from Holley and are selling them now. They are good carbs but not as easy to adjust as a regular Holley.
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    I had one of those on my spectra I bought it form Summit.

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    Ya want two more?

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    They are a great carb, annular discharge, they run hard. They took them off Ski tow boats cause of drip from the rear throttle shaft. A o ring stops this. A lot of people put the floats in backwards and they would'nt stop the fuel from coming in.

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    I remember when those first came out. Had to be late 80's cause I was still working for Super Shops. I'm guessing that is the marine version by the J vent tubes. Could also be the off road version. Never really got much feed back from customers about them and I never ran one. I do remember the one nice thing was you could remove the top to re-jet without draining the bowls and getting fuel everywhere. If I remember correctly, other than the squirters, It uses standard Holley parts (ie. jets, needle & seat, pump cam, secondary spring, etc...)

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    In concept its similar to the Autolite 4100 carb that was OEM for years in Some Ford and other applications "back in the day" , they are simple to work on and actually work fairly well I think Holly introduced like said in the 80's them thinking they would be Big but I suspect the "look" may have been a detractor in thier popularity as much as anything Tom

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