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Okay I have seen an add for a Ford d80f 3310 Holley 3310 780cfm carby. I was wondering if this was the carbey that was used atop the BOSS302 (gotta put that in capitals), for the mustang men and or the phase 3 gtho falcon for the aussies amongst us.
regardless of this does the carby ave any engineering or reliability problems as this would aid in a purchasing decision and also settle a bet.
 

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Need a little more info here. What is the rest of the part # stamped on the carb air horn? Is there and "R-xxxx" number? That will make ID very easy.
 

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If the holley was used on the B302's, it would have a C9Z* or D0Z* number stamped on the air horn.

The D8OF indicates it is from a 1978 Fairlane/Torino. If it was C8OF, It would vneture a guess at a 428 CJ, but they were only 735 cfm.

Does it have a rear metering block? or plate? Are there any large tubes used for connecting emmission hoses on the fuel bowls? What about center or side hung floats? If center hung floats, does the primary fuel bowl have threads in both sides of the bowl?

<font size=-1>[ This Message was edited by: Just Strokin on 3/29/02 11:27pm ]</font>
 

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The Boss 302 780cfm Holley would have been model 4653 with vacuum secondaries, manual choke housing with fuel inlet on the drivers side of the front bowl, oops, for Australians that would be on the linkage side, left side.
 
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