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How to rebuild a Rochestor Quadrajet part 1

Introduction and beginning the disassembly process


 


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How to rebuild a Rochester Quadrajet part 2
Continuing the disassembly process.





re-jet your Quadrajet (part 1)
rejetting a quadrajet





Decoding a Rochester Quadrajet part 2: Breaking down the numbers
In this clip we'll learn how to decipher the Identification number and julian date code on the Rochester Quadrajet.





How to rebuild a Rochester Quadrajet part 3
Finishing up the disassembly.





Everything you wanted to know about automatic chokes but were afraid to ask
I've noticed many people drive vehicles with inoperative chokes. Even though chokes can be intimidating, repairing and adjusting them actually is very simple. So, stop pumping that accelerator and follow along as we look at how chokes work and how to repair them.





How to debog your Quadrajet part 3
In the first two videos we looked at operational theory of the Quadrajet. In this episode we'll explore a couple mistakes the home mechanic often makes in an effort to improve the performance of this unit.





750 vs. 800cfm Rochester Quadrajets-how to tell them apart
There exists a ton of misinformation regarding the actual airflow capacity of the Rochester Quadrajet. Not many people know how many variations there are or how to tell them apart. Here is a simple video explaining how to identify each size based on casting design. I will cover the "cfm-limited" carbs in a separate video.





quadrajet-cam
See 1976 Chevrolet pickup with Rochester quadrajet upgrade on SBC 350 V8. We removed the hood, mounted a camera looking down on the air horn, and took it for a spin, running wide open on an uphill grade. See how the secondary air valve responds to rpm drop at each upshift of the THM. Also included is a smoking burnout.





How to adjust carburetor mixture screws
Here's how to find and adjust the mixture screws on your carburetor. Note that metering-block style carbs such as Holley and Demon more often have one or 2 mixture screws in each metering block depending on the number of venturi. Also those may not be located at the bottom of the carb as in factory carburetors.





How to rebuild a Rochester Quadrajet part 6





How to rebuild a Rochester Quadrajet part 4





how to minimize engine bog with a Quadrajet carb
this is to minimize engine bog when the pedal is to the metal. do not over tighten, very small spring...you want to try 1/4 turns or 1/2...q-jets are good if tuned properly. also when you are tightening screw it will have tension on it so keep the screwdriver firm. 1986 gmc sierra single straightpipe to cherrybomb. you will need a small flathead screwdriver and a 3/32 allen key. be sure not to tighten to much or else your vacuum secondary flaps wont open.





The Infamous Quadrajet Moan
Making a full-throttle pull on the chassis Dyno with our 1972 Pontiac Trans Am with 455 H.O. engine.





Rochester Carburetor Trick!
If your Rochester Quadrajet or Dualjet Carburetor is Hesitating try this Trick!





Quadrajet Electronic Carburetor Rebuild - Teardown Part 1
http://www.carburetor-parts.com. Mike's Carburetor Parts has provided this video about the Rochester Quadrajet, electronic version. Part 1 of the tear down video.





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