I just got a reman. holly II carb a.k.a. (rochester quadrajet) The choke thing on the holley has an air port, and my old carb has an electric wire connecting the choke. Is there a way i can convert the carb to either electrical or convert the car to fit the carb(i think its a hot air choke). Or do i need to buy a diff. carb.
I know the very basics on engines, and would greatly appreciatte ...
I'm not looking for performance, I just want a smoother running car. I did a full tune up, and compression is good in all cylinders, that leaves the carb.
In park/neutral the acceleration is good, but it shakes and idles rough, and acceleration is poor.
(1) Would replacing the intake/carb eliminate most/some of the vacuum lines and air pump.
(2) I'm on a budget, so the parts will be used, what model intake/carb do I need for Edelbrock and Holley.
Is this a good motor tto put it on ?and how much hp would this GTO 400 V8 6.6 L (1969 i guess) motor have if i install these things? aprox!
* Polished Edelbrock P-65 dual quad intake
* Edelbrock dual quad fuel line kit
* Dual quad progressive linkage kit
* Intake manifold gasket kit
* Intake manifold bolts
* Performer-Plus ...
How MUCH more gas will a Holley 4 barrel 600 cfm carburetor waste compared to a Holley 2 barrel 600 cfm carb?
I have a 85 Ford F-150 with a 302 5.0 in it. I want to put a Holley 4 barrel 600 cfm carb in it, but the dude at the Advanced Auto Parts was like, "its gonna use twice as much gas than your 2 barrel does right now." But i dont know if he was just using it as ...
I need to replace my carb ... it's cracked by the fuel input and leaking more gas than goes thru the carb! I can spend $200 and get a used one DESIGNED for my engine ... but is that really necessary? As long as there aren't uncovered hole which could cause a vacuum leak, and the four intake studs will match onto the carb, wouldn't that work? I guess I am asking if I can use any 2 barrel, or JUST ...
Ok so i need to know what size carb i need to get and what intake manifold i should get.
my rear end is a 3.08 posi
i have the biggest cam i can fit with modified stock heads
i have different lifter
4 speed manual transmission
the cars total weight is roughly 3600lbs
the set up i have now is a old 600 cfm edelbrock with a old edelbrock intake (they are both outdated)
right now i have 325 hp ...
Im gettin an edelbrock carb and edelbrock manifold. do i need to get a spacer because ive heard that it isnt a good idea to install a carb without them. That supposably they help insulate the carb. please help
Been nearly 20 years since I last worked on a carb, it only has about 20k on it, running rough and mileage is way down. Can someone give some good reference sources to help me adjust a 4 bbl carb on an 87 Jeep Grand Wagoneer? It's an Edelbrock carb and intake on a 360 motor, any suggestions will be greatly appreciated.
I have a 1990 camaro w/ carbureted chevy 350 and was wondering if i can fit a cold air intake on it?I only have about 2-3inches of clearance from the top of the carb to the hood. If so would i gain any power rather than having the 8in open air filter just siting on top of the carb? If so where could I buy one?
Also planning to install cold air intake. Is it possible for a carburetor type? And is it also possible to install a turbo kit? Still have a stock engine. Hope I hear from you guys. I ould really use this info. Still such a newbie at this engine stuff. Thanks.