750 CFM Quadrajet 4bbl Carburetor
- For Chevy's with side-fill bowl configuration. This calibration will meet fuel requirements of a small block up to 400c.i., up to 385hp and rpm levels of 5500. Can be jetted for higher fuel requirements to reach higher hp and rpm levels using Rochester Quadrajet components.
JEGS 4 barrel remanufactured Quadrajet carbs include all new gaskets, sealing material (such as o-rings, etc.), needles and seats, power valves, etc. At JEGS, we bring both fuel delivery and fuel management together in a remanufactured Quadrajet carburetor that can serve your needs while not breaking your budget. JEGS Rebuilt Q-Jet carbs are .
Note: Camshafts up to 228° of duration at 0.050" lift and dual plane or single plane manifolds are also compatible. These remanufactured Quadrajet carbs are not designed to be used in dual carb applications and should not be used with nitrous over a 175hp increase.
Will this fit a 1966 Cadillac with a 429?
Will this carb fit a '69 Vette with a 350? I want to convert to an electric choke. Should all the unused vacuum fittings be plugged?
What is the warranty on Qjet remans ?
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