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Holley 121-231

Holley Anti-Pullover Nozzle Hole size .031"

510-121-231

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Holley Anti-Pullover Nozzle Hole size .031" $9.06
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Anti-Pullover Nozzle
  • Hole size .031''
  • Holley 121-231 Details

    Anti-Pullover Nozzles *For 4165 and 4175 carbs


  • Includes 2 Gaskets

  • Specifications:

    Pump Discharge Nozzle Gaskets Included
    Yes
    Pump Discharge Nozzle Size (in.)
    0.031
    Pump Discharge Nozzle Style
    Anti-pullover
    Quantity
    Sold individually
    Manufacturer's Part Number:
    121-231

    A wide selection of discharge nozzle sizes is invaluable to properly tune an accelerator pump system. The hole size determines the rate of discharge. A larger hole will shoot fuel at a faster rate with less pressure than a smaller hole. Nozzle sizes are stamped on each shooter (for example, a 31 stamp indicates a hole size of .031'').

    *2 gaskets included unless otherwise noted

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