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Holley 0-80537

Holley Marine 750 cfm 4-bbl Carburetor

510-0-80537

made in usa
Free Shipping Estimated to ship directly from the manufacturer on 10/22/18

$665.95
Holley Marine 750 cfm 4-bbl Carburetor $665.95
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Marine 750 cfm 4-bbl Carburetor
  • Performance Calibration
  • Manual Choke
  • Mechanical Secondary
  • Dual Fuel Inlets
  • 30 cc Accelerator Pump
  • 4-Corner Idle System
  • Holley 0-80537 Details

    750 cfm

    Specifications:

    Finish
    Gold Dichromate
    Finish
    Dichromate
    Barrel
    Four
    CFM
    750
    Choke
    Manual
    Emission
    Without EGR
    Type
    Marine
    Usage
    Marine
    Quantity
    Sold individually
    Carburetor Flange
    Square bore
    Ford Kickdown
    No
    Fuel
    Gasoline
    Flange
    Square Bore
    Secondary Type
    Mechanical
    New Or Remanufactured
    New
    Throttle Linkage Type
    Universal
    Manufacturer's Part Number:
    0-80537
    Shipping Weight:
    13.95
    Package Height:
    12.400
    Package Depth:
    8.100
    Package Width:
    11.500

    The Waves Will Wonder What Hit 'Em!

    Holley high-performance Marine Carburetors are designed to meet US Coast Guard specifications. Each Holley Marine Carburetor is built with a fuel metering system that is calibrated to compensate for a boat's unique engine load. J-style vent tubes provide safe operation by directing fuel and fumes back into the carburetor while on rough waters. All marine carburetors, except the 1050 cfm Dominator models, have a 5-inch airhorn.

    Features:

    • Meets Coast Guard Specifications
    • Universal Marine Calibration
    • J-Style Vent Tubes
    • Gold Dichromate Finish for Corrosion Resistance

     

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    Does this carb have sealed throttle shafts? I would like to use it for a blow through turbo carb.

    Asked by: Nova L59
    This carburetor is not made to be used in a blow through turbo application.
    Answered by: Jegs Tech Bob
    Date published: 2018-04-02

    I wasn't aware there was a solid standard double fuel line kit?? each carburetor has different width fuel inlets no?

    Asked by: Noel
    Yes some carb's have different inlet spacing. You can call a representative and we'll help find the one for your carb 1.800.345.4545
    Answered by: Dean R
    Date published: 2017-12-16

    does this carburetor use 4150 or 4160 dual fuel inlet kits? And if not which kits will fit it?

    Asked by: Noel
    This uses any standard, double pump fuel line.
    Answered by: Jon Jegs Tech
    Date published: 2017-12-14
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