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Holley Vacuum Secondary 650 cfm Carb Calibrated for 1975-78 Chevy 350

510-0-9895

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Holley 0-9895
$618.95
Vacuum Secondary 650 cfm Carb
  • Calibrated for 1975-78 Chevy 350
  • Emission replacement carb*
  • Single-feed fuel inlet
  • Side-hung floats
  • Preset float level
  • Spread bore**
  • Built-in fuel filter system
  • Free Shipping - Ships directly from the manufacturer on Monday
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    Will this model carburetor be a direct replacement for a 1976 corvette L48 Rochester carb with EGR? Or will it still require replacement of the intake manifold, like every other carb I've come across?

    Asked by: JNW1
    This carburetor is not designed to be used with an EGR style induction system.
    Answered by: Rusty B
    Date published: 2017-12-09
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