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Holley Dominator Carbswhat's the difference in Dominator carbs??
8896 vs 9375, catalog says 9375 has intermediate idle system and cost 50 bucks more. for same price which one?? also will jets, squirters, etc from normal Holley work on Dominator??
Well I'm not a Dominator expert, but I'll just tell 'ya that mine is a # 8082 meant for single 4 bbl applications, and does NOT have "soft" progressive linkage. Yes all Standard Holley Fuel jets and Squirters interchange. They use Holley HP series Metering blocks and bowls. Mine is listed for $607 in Jegs.. And I could'nt be more thrilled with the idle, the throttle response etc. Only thing I did to mine was pull the 6.5PV's and install plugs front and rear, Installed the supplied rear jet extensions, and jetted 90 square. Other than that it is "box stock" Ryan J.
Ryan is it just me or is your Dom installed backwards?
yup, weedy's lagging behind , so what's the scoop on this stuff
BACKWARDS? Ummmmmmmm Nooo....... Fuel rail on the Passenger side, Master cylinder on the drivers side? 'Ya see? Don't know WHAT you have been smoking tonight.....
I was refering to the throttle lever, looks like it should be on the other side .
So... Since all you guys are jumping to Dominators what are you doing with your old fuel rails?
That's not actually the throttle lever, it's the lever to adjust the secondary blade opening..... You can just barely see my Lokar throttle cable on the other side....
Yea I thought that was one of the adjusting type. Had to try though Very nice piece and yea I know they cost $$. I've been pricing some for my new 830 and am in sticker shock.
I think I paid $182 and that was from my local machine shop. Summit wanted like $190 plus shipping (handling) + Rural delivery fee..... Yeah Sticker shock, but they are NICE, and I am done buying fuel line/fittings/logs for a Looong time.
the 8082 is a 2 circuit, the 8896 is a 3 circuit (idle,intermidiate,and high speed), the 9375 is a 3 circuit for a 2*4(tunnel ram) application. also the 9375 has no power valves, the others do. try the 8896, the 3 circuit is a little more tunable.
Why not just plumb two seperate lines of the reg...? Thats what I plan to do with the 496 .
Any of them will work. IMO the 3 circuit Dominators are the ones to have. Much more tuneability and if it is street driven they will make it more driveable. The difference between the 2x4 and 1x4 versions are some fine tuning of the metering blocks and bleeds. Does not mean they do not work in 1x4 applications. I ran a 9377(2x4) on the Belvedere once dialed in,only some bleed tweaks it worked flawlessly.