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Holley 122-200

Holley Alcohol Jet Drill Size: .200"

510-122-200

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Holley Alcohol Jet Drill Size: .200" $10.46
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Alcohol Jet
  • Drill Size: .200"
  • 2/pkg
  • Holley 122-200 Details

    Alcohol Jets

     

    • Unique Metering Block Used
    • Designed To Accept Larger Size Of Main Jet

    Specifications:

    Jet Size
    0.200
    Carburetor Type
    Holley
    Jet Drill Size (in.)
    0.2
    Jet Material
    Brass
    Jet Type
    Alcohol
    Quantity
    Sold as a pair
    Thread Size (in.)
    5/16-32
    Manufacturer's Part Number:
    122-200

    Holley Alcohol Jets are specially designed to work only with Holley 4150 HP and 4500 Dominator HP carburetors originally designed for alcohol. The unique metering blocks in these carburetors are designed to accept the physically larger size of this main jet.
    Thread Size: 5/16-32 in.
    These jets are NOT designed for gas carburetors converted to alcohol.

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