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Old 06-15-2013, 03:21 PM  
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Default Holley carb for Sami

Anyone ever use a Holley carb for Sami.
If so info and pros and cons. Please
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Old 06-15-2013, 04:25 PM  
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Which Holley? I' don't claim to be an expert, but, most of the Holleys I've seen are four barrel carbs capable of flowing 400+ CFM, they are way too large for these engines, Holley does make double barreled carbs, but even those are intended for larger engines than these.

There is/was a 5200 Holley which is supposedly a weber design/copy that might be usable, but why not just get the original weber?

There are also carbs from Toyota Corolla & Hyundai Pony that work well.
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Old 06-16-2013, 11:03 AM  
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5150 Holly Economaster.

Am running one as we speak.

I will admit it started as a quick solution to a problem I was having with an engine conversion. And was to be an interim only fix.

To my surprise, it has worked flawlessly for several months in all on and off road conditions.

It is , however, on a 2 liter conversion.

I have no data for the 1.3 with the Holley.

Basically, the 5150 is the carb used on the Ford Pinto family of cars, as well as other 4 cyl engines from the 70's and 80's.

A loose redesign based on the Webber progressive 2 bbl carb. But without the off angle problems that the Webber is prone to.

I hope this helps with you're serch.
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