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Holley 650 CFM 4150 HP Series Classic Carburetor, Mechanical Secondary - Gold Dichromate Finish

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650 CFM 4150 HP Series Classic Carburetor, Mechanical Secondary - Gold Dichromate Finish
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650 CFM 4150 HP Series Classic Carburetor
  • Mechanical Secondary
  • Non-Choke
  • Dual Fuel Inlet
  • Calibrated for Gasoline
  • Aluminum
  • Gold Dichromate Finish
  • NASCAR-Approved
  • Sold Individually
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    What Are The Top Holley 4150 Carburetors?

    The following are the most popular Holley 4150 HP Series carburetors:

  • Holley 650 CFM 4150 HP Series
  • Holley 950 CFM 4150 HP Series
  • Holley 830 CFM Aluminum Classic HP

  • How Much Do Holley 4150 Carburetors Cost?

    Holley 4150 carburetor options start at just under $850 and go up in price to over $1000, depending on the size and included components (such as a fuel line and gauge kit).

    What Are The Main Benefits of Holley 4150 Carburetors?

    The Holley 4150 series carbs provide the proper airflow and fuel mixture for racing applications from entry-level all the way up to NASCAR racing with many years of proven and race-winning performance.

    How To Install Holley 4150 Carburetors

    Depending on the part number and engine application, the installation process can vary. However, in most cases, the installation process involves the following steps:

  • Remove the old carburetor (if applicable).
  • Prepare the carb mounting surface by cleaning the top of the intake manifold.
  • Confirm the correct length carburetor mounting studs, depending on if a spacer is used.
  • With the mounting studs installed, install the carburetor base gasket.
  • Mount the spacer (if used) and then the carburetor.
  • Install the fuel line(s), throttle linkage, and any vacuum connections (if applicable).
  • Mount the air cleaner to the top of the carburetor.
  • Start the engine and adjust the idle speed and idle air mixture screws as well as float bowl levels.
  • If necessary, tune the carburetor with jets, power valves, and accelerator pumps.
  • Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws / regulations

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