Holley MCarbHoll2110 1957 Carburetor manual
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the inverted air horn on a level surface so the 
float can be gauged (consult Holley catalog sheets 
for the proper float gage, part number and speci
fications.) Reset the gage on the float horizontal 
surface of the air horn with the gage just touching 
the float, but not lying across the soldered seam. 
Make adjustments by bending the rounded tab, 
which contacts the head of the fuel inlet needle 
(see "A" in Figure 38). When the properly closed 
float reading has been made, lift the float to the 
full open position. Any accurate depth gage may 
then be used to measure the distance from the 
float to the air horn. Adjustments on the float 
lever to limit the travel may be made only by 
bending the small tab which contacts the side of 
the fuel inlet seat (see "B" in Figure 38).
MODEL 2110-G
1. Slide choke shaft in position in the 
air horn. Insert the choke plate in slot of the choke 
shaft. (Correct shaft position noted during dis
assembly.) Install choke plate screws snugly but 
not tight. Rotate the choke shaft. If no binding 
occurs and little or no light appears between the 
plates and the walls of the bore when plates are 
closed, tighten the choke plate screws securely. 
Using a suitable staking tool, stake the choke plate 
2. Slide the choke wire bracket as
sembly on the choke shaft, place the throttle spring 
lever in position and install the screw and lock
washer. Place the choke lever clamp on the choke 
shaft in the correct position and install the screw 
and nut.
3. Install fuel inlet valve and seat as
sembly, using Kent-Moore Tool No. 10-183. 
Tighten securely to prevent leakage past the new 
gasket. Check to make certain the fuel inlet needle 
is inserted with the point up towards seating sur
only by bending the rounded tab which contacts 
the fuel needle. (See "A" in Figure 38). Afterthe 
proper closed setting has been made, lift thefloat 
to"°the full open position. Any accurate depth gage 
may be used to measure the distance from the
float to the air horn. Adjustments on the float 
lever may be made to limit the travel of the float 
only by bending the small tab which contacts the 
side of the fuel inlet valve seat. (See "B" in Fig
ure 38.)
Fiqure 39. Correct Position of Float Spring
5. Install the fuel inlet connection and 
the governor line connection fitting.
2110-EEC AND 2110-FF
1. Place a new throttle body gasket on 
the throttle body and align the holes. Set the main 
body on the throttle body, taking care that the holes 
in the gasket remain in alignment.
Position the 
choke bracket or control rod bracket - if included. 
Insert the three throttle body to main body screws 
and lockwashers.
4. Install float spring and float spring 
retainer. Holding the float and lever assembly 
in position, slide the float shaft into position. 
Place the inverted air horn on a level surface so 
the float can be gaged. (Consult current Holley 
Catalog sheets for proper float gage, part number, 
and specifications.) Reset the gage on the flat 
horizontal surface of the air horn with the gage 
just touching the float. Do not gage the float on 
the soldered seam. Adjustments should be made
Tighten the three screws alternately, a little 
at a time, to compress the gasket evenly.
2. Install the pump link. The three 
holes in the throttle lever permit adjustment of 
the accelerating pump discharge. The outer hole 
provides a maximum pump discharge for extreme 
cold weather operation, and the inner hole pro
vides a minimum pump discharge for hot weather. 
However, for most driving conditions, the middle 
hole should be used.
Install the two retainers.
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