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Thread: Squirter Question

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    Just bought a ‘69 Firebird with an 80457-10 Holley installed. While tinkering with it, I noticed that there is no squirter installed at the secondaries. I’m not that proficient on carbs, so my question is, should there be one in there?

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    That carb has Vacuum Secondaries. It will not have an accelerator pump (squirter) on the secondaries.
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    Thanks! Appreciate the input.

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