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elusive 03-12-2001 09:02 PM

rochester 4jet
 
whats the difference between this and a quadjet???is it worth useing if i have it here??

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elusive 03-12-2001 09:32 PM

Re: rochester 4jet
 

ExtinctJeep 03-12-2001 10:55 PM

Re: rochester 4jet
 
"Spreadbore...meet squarebore."
"Squarebore...meet Spreadbore"
"Spreadbore here has much smaller primary bores so that it can run on less fuel, while still having those massive secondaries to give it kick."
"Squarebore on the other hand has equal sized bores which allows that the secondaries will double the primaries."

Which one you chose is based on desire. Do you want more low RPM power or higher RPM power?

From what I've seen, I'd go with the Q-jet, but then, I've never messed with a squarebore rochester.

Good Luck
Fritz

Jeep...need I say more?

elusive 03-13-2001 05:58 AM

Re: rochester 4jet
 
thansk a lot.. that actually sounds perfect for rockcrawling...i think this thing came off a 63 impala...

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**DONOTDELETE** 03-13-2001 01:44 PM

Re: rochester 4jet
 
Hey Isnt that a Rochester Thermo-quad?


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elusive 03-13-2001 01:54 PM

Re: rochester 4jet
 
it sez 4jet on it in about 6 places... nbut i really dont knowe a lot abpout it

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**DONOTDELETE** 03-13-2001 02:02 PM

Re: rochester 4jet
 
If you put that Monster on your crawler, keep the fire ext. handy.


Tim 03-13-2001 03:46 PM

Re: rochester 4jet
 
According to the two Rochester books I have, it's a model 4G, Rochester's first 4 bbl carb. Used from '52-'67. It's a square-bore design with dual side-hung floats. If you're looking for the best carb for off-road, you need to update to a Quadrajet, which is also known as model 4M. It is a spread-bore design with a single center-hung float. I'm running the Edelbrock Q-Jet #1904 on both my Jeeps with great results. The only thing better than a Q-Jet is fuel injection.

Tim
'66 Jeepster Commando w/Buick 252/4.1L V-6
'70 Wagoneer w/Buick 350 V-8
'76 Wagoneer w/AMC 401 V-8 (sold)

mopar4ever 03-13-2001 06:01 PM

Re: rochester 4jet
 
Chris,

Put that thing on a Chevy posting board!!! It's an antique. Those guys who restore them will eat it up. Look for a number stamped on it to identify it. Post it and spend the chevy cash on Jeep parts!!

CJeep


Dirt Dog 03-13-2001 06:21 PM

Re: rochester 4jet
 
It's exactly what Tim said. They weren't the greatest carb , even in their day. Thats part of the reason holley got to be a good upgrade. Sell it to someone with an old chevy and buy a Q-jet.

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