- Kit Contents
- (1) Power Valve (6.5 Hg) with Gasket
- (1) 30cc Pump Diaphragm Assembly
- (2) Needle & Seat Assemblies (.110") with Viton® O-Rings
- (1) Blue Nonstick Bowl Gasket
- (3) Metering Block Gaskets
- (1) Metering Plate Gasket
- (3) Throttle Body Gaskets
- (1) Carb Base Gasket (4-Barrel Open Flange)
- Small Parts & Hardware
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Gas Jets (64-99) 555-15019
- Jet Extensions 555-15024
- Float (Center-Hung) 555-15016
- 2.5 Hg 555-150200
- 3.5 Hg 555-150201
- 4.5 Hg 555-150202
- 5.0 Hg 555-150203
- 5.5 Hg 555-150204
- 6.5 Hg 555-150205
- 7.5 Hg 555-150206
- 8.5 Hg 555-150207
- 9.5 Hg 555-150208
- 10.5 Hg 555-150209
- Block-Off 555-15010
Nozzle Squirter Screw 555-150275
Needle & Seat Hardware 555-150249
- Diaphragm 555-150290
- Spring Kit 555-150292
For popular Holley® Carburetors, JEGS Carburetor Rebuild Kits include quality parts: nonstick metering block and fuel bowl gaskets, high-flow power valves, and machined needle & seat assemblies.JEGS EZ Kits are designed by JEGS professionals to ensure that you get all the correct parts you need.
I have a Holley 390 CFM 4 barrel carb, List number 8007, 0420. Will this kit work? There seems to be some confusion between Holley List numbers 8007 and 4160. I also need a richer power valve, do you offer one? Thanks!
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