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Old 01-28-2007, 10:40 AM   #1
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Holley carb on a 22r

Anyone familiar with this carburetor? Thinking about ordering one and would like to know the pro's and con's....
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I've seen them in 390 and 500 cfm flavors, mainly circle track applications. I've never heard good things about them on the street, but I've never run one.
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downey off road swears by them--from reading there web site--for off roading iv been thinking about the holley vs the 38 weber deal it does appear the holley is more$$$ than the 38 weber
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The Holley carb is basically a clone of the Weber, seeing that Holley bought the rights to produce the design. I've heard of them used a bit in the Celica world, but not so much in the truck world.

If you're in doubt, go with a Weber. Relativley cheap and rock solid.
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holley vs weber

i guess the best way is to go and read up on each carb and then ask what others are using and make your pick i have time before i make my pick so ill just keep learning about em
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or read into the EFI swap :/
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