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Holley Carby

Post  Runaroundsue on Sat Oct 20, 2012 9:27 am

Hi Fellas
I just had my new baby down at the mechanic getting a Tune she was running pretty rough, he says i need a new Carby on it, he can get me a 600 vac sec Holley (I hope you guys know what that means) for $400 is this ok or any ideas what I can do he showed me the old carby and says the throttle shaft and bushes are too badly worn.....Any help appreciated, SuzieQ

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Re: Holley Carby

Post  1965tbird on Sat Oct 20, 2012 11:35 am

$400 for a 600 holley is on the money and perfect size for the mustang
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Re: Holley Carby

Post  65birdman on Sat Oct 20, 2012 2:42 pm

that's what i ran on my 66 mustang


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Re: Holley Carby

Post  Kiwibird on Mon Oct 22, 2012 2:39 pm

How much to rebuild the Autolite 4100 carb? (assuming it is what is on at present)

They're a good carb and rebuild kits aren't too expensive.
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Re: Holley Carby

Post  tony b on Mon Oct 22, 2012 8:16 pm

Hi Sue your question has answered one for me as I am considering which carby to put on my own 66 Stang.
From the comments from the others the Holley 600 is the way to go. As for the $400 it seems to be on the money, just make sure that it is for a new one and not a refurbished one as that should be cheaper.
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Re: Holley Carby

Post  Runaroundsue on Mon Oct 22, 2012 8:31 pm

Hi Guys
Thanks so much for the responses, I had the mechanic order the Holley Today.
Yeh Tony he says it is a new one.
Kiwibird the original is an Autolite carby not sure what size, But apparently it's so badly worn it would need some part of the body built up and then remachined, very expensive so I'm told. Thanks again guys.

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