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post #1 of (permalink) Old 10-14-2000, 08:28 PM
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Holley Setup

I am having a Holley #8007 390 CFM 4-bbl rebuilt for use on a 258 I-6, Clifford Performance manifold and headers. It used to have a CP 264 cam but it was replaced when the engine was rebuilt the last time so I do not know what the current specs are. In any case it is not anything radical and I suppose it has a couple more CI from the re-boring.

At one time in the distant past (!) this setup worked well but I ran into some problems with the engine rebuild and then it was re-done suffered a bad carb rebuild and so different things have prevented the Jeep from running right for a long time. Everything seems sound now except the carb.

So I am wondering what parts other people have used (main jets/power valve/discharge nozzle). Originally it comes with 51/6.5Hg/.025 but those parts were replaced when it was initially setup according to advice from CP at the time. Now after comparing notes I had made to the Clifford catalog to what was in the carb, to what I have been advised recently I am confused! I have also been advised to have it setup on a dyno which I am sure is ideal but if that can be avoided all the better.

Any advice would be mucho appreciated.

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Additional notes: this is used mostly at sea-level but also occasionally in the mountains. What about the secondary springs? I am read on this board that someone used the weakest available with good results. Glad I found this board!



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post #2 of (permalink) Old 10-16-2000, 12:00 AM
 
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Re: Holley Setup

You almost got lost in all the off topic posts!!
Good thing I decided to look in the back logs, or you would have slipped by!
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post #3 of (permalink) Old 10-16-2000, 12:41 AM
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Re: Holley Setup

Done. Thanks muchly!

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