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Old 08-02-2006, 02:15 PM
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Default Holley Dominator, list 4325 -- What is it?

Anyone ever heard of this list number? I sure can't find anything.

This is an older Dommy with the raised inlets over the carb top.

Thanks for any info on this carb,

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4575...maybe ? It was the first 4500....still had the choke horns above the venturi .
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Thanks, Lem.

I have not seen the carb, but a guy has one for sale and that's the number he says is on it.

It doesn't actually have a choke, but it does have the projected inlets over the venturis.

He is supposed to be double checking the number and getting back to me.

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Yes no choke...but has the "horns" .
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He insists, after double checking, that the ONLY numbers on the carb are: 12r-4325b

That doesn't even look like a Holley number to me.

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FORD paid for the devolopment of the 4500 for the BOSS 9 stuff....25/ 32 or what ever the # is ......please get a carb with a more current part # , IMO .
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I get the hint, Lem. Thanks!

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Tell him to look on the other side of the carb top. He is giving the number at teh top of the picture. You need the one at the bottom.

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Looks like 4575 up side down :lol:
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Yep
12R numbers are Holley engineering code for center sections. Every part has an "R" number - - screws are "5R-xxxx", gaskets are "8R-xxxx", etc...
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Original 4575 carburetors were sold with a choke shaft with choke plates installed, (most people immediately removed them); there was no fast idle however.
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Original 4575 carburetors were sold with a choke shaft with choke plates installed, (most people immediately removed them); there was no fast idle however.
No fast idle :!: :evil: I want my money back :wink:
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Too late, the guy was selling the carb onb ebay, and it sold for approx 215.00.

I didn't want to buy a junk carb.

Still looking for something 1050 or 1150 though!

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Too late, the guy was selling the carb onb ebay, and it sold for approx 215.00.

I didn't want to buy a junk carb.

Still looking for something 1050 or 1150 though!

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What application would this carb see ?
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Lem...don't you have a bunch for sale??? Certainly not in that price range though...!
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