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Holley 390CFM carb leaking.......

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Re: Holley 390CFM carb leaking.......

Postby Falcon Flyer » 23 Oct 2020 11:20

Well, good news! Work decided they wanted to actually me to do some, so I had to leave this issue for a while.

New float bowl gaskets ordered from a local supplier (Sussex Marine Supplies) at a very good price.(£7.90 inc P&P)

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Holley-Non-S ... 2749.l2649

Fitted, a couple of hours checking and adjusting MOT things, and a first time pass! Not bad for a car that has been sat standing (in a garage) for around five years! Very happy!
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Re: Holley 390CFM carb leaking.......

Postby manny » 23 Oct 2020 11:49

Falcon Flyer wrote:Well, good news! Work decided they wanted to actually me to do some, so I had to leave this issue for a while.

New float bowl gaskets ordered from a local supplier (Sussex Marine Supplies) at a very good price.(£7.90 inc P&P)

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Holley-Non-S ... 2749.l2649

Fitted, a couple of hours checking and adjusting MOT things, and a first time pass! Not bad for a car that has been sat standing (in a garage) for around five years! Very happy!


Well done ..good man!
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