Questions regarding Holley H-1 and S carburetors

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Questions regarding Holley H-1 and S carburetors

Post by Darren J Wallace » Wed Apr 10, 2019 5:13 pm

When was the Holley H-1 carburetor discontinued and the Holley S carburetor implemented? From what I've read, the H-1 was used in 1912, and the S in 1913. I'm wondering if there's any documentation as to when the transition actually took place. I currently run an S on my '13, built roughly in October of 1912. I have a restored H-1 I could use.
Any thoughts?
Once again, in advance, I appreciate any input!
Cheers,
Darren
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Re: Questions regarding Holley H-1 and S carburetors

Post by Rich Bingham » Wed Apr 10, 2019 8:18 pm

Nice looking carb !! I'm for anything that works well. My question, why did the Holley "G" come after the "S" ?!? :lol:
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