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#1: Info on Holley LIST4698 Carburetor, Please

Posted on 2006-07-19 06:08:55 by Howard Juneau

I'm trying to find out what a Holley LIST4698 carburetor is and, in
particular, what vehicle/engine it might have been original equipment for.
Holley doesn't publish any info for it, and a web search yielded zilch.
It is a 4150 series carburetor (i.e., it has metering blocks front & rear),
and it has vacuum-controlled secondaries. It has center-pivot
(cathedral-type) fuel bowls and automatic choke. By uncalibrated eyeball,
it appears to be about a 600 cfm unit.
Thanks!

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#2: Re: Info on Holley LIST4698 Carburetor, Please

Posted on 2006-07-20 03:13:52 by trainfan1

Howard Juneau wrote:

> I'm trying to find out what a Holley LIST4698 carburetor is and, in
> particular, what vehicle/engine it might have been original equipment for.
> Holley doesn't publish any info for it, and a web search yielded zilch.
> It is a 4150 series carburetor (i.e., it has metering blocks front & rear),
> and it has vacuum-controlled secondaries. It has center-pivot
> (cathedral-type) fuel bowls and automatic choke. By uncalibrated eyeball,
> it appears to be about a 600 cfm unit.
> Thanks!
>
>

Can you post a picture somewhere of the air horn w/ list # & date code?

Rob

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#3: Re: Info on Holley LIST4698 Carburetor, Please

Posted on 2006-07-24 00:28:28 by Howard Juneau

The air horn is stamped as follows:

LIST-4698
1343

I've attached a photo.


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&gt; Howard Juneau wrote:
&gt;
&gt; &gt; I'm trying to find out what a Holley LIST4698 carburetor is and, in
&gt; &gt; particular, what vehicle/engine it might have been original equipment
for.
&gt; &gt; Holley doesn't publish any info for it, and a web search yielded zilch.
&gt; &gt; It is a 4150 series carburetor (i.e., it has metering blocks front &amp;
rear),
&gt; &gt; and it has vacuum-controlled secondaries. It has center-pivot
&gt; &gt; (cathedral-type) fuel bowls and automatic choke. By uncalibrated
eyeball,
&gt; &gt; it appears to be about a 600 cfm unit.
&gt; &gt; Thanks!
&gt; &gt;
&gt; &gt;
&gt;
&gt; Can you post a picture somewhere of the air horn w/ list # &amp; date code?
&gt;
&gt; Rob


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