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    Default Off Idle Bog

    Hi, I recently got a car with a Holley carburetor on it, and first of all I can't find it listed anywhere. The numbers on the front are 80453 and below that it is 3345. All that I could find was that it was a 600 cfm carb. Other than that, it bogs off of idle. I've set the accelerator pump in every place from the tightest to the loosest, and tried all the cam settings on the one I have, and both the primary & secondary float levels are at a good level. All I can think of is going up in nozzle size because I have 31s right now, and it's on a Ford 302 engine. I was hoping to avoid that, so any other ideas?
    Last edited by TheJugulator; 05-10-2017 at 11:06 PM.

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