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02-03-2010 01:25 AM
bergy I have a 4-barrle Edelbrock on my 304 and i am a fan of it, i think it is a pretty good carb and i am happy with my performance and im content enough with my mpgs... well they suck but thats standard and i dont think it hurt them any
02-02-2010 11:58 PM
Fweaky
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Originally Posted by foxinthemudd View Post
lookin at uppin the anty with a new carb for the CJ7. its still got the stock carter on it right now. lookin at the Weber or Motorcraft 2100. never really done much with carbs before so figured I'd ask. thanks guys
2100 is easier to tune.
02-02-2010 11:05 PM
Fweaky
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Originally Posted by 79CJ5 View Post
I've been through an Edelbrock, not too proud of the Holley I have now, but have heard good things about Rochester Quadrajets...anyone viewing had success with one?
Damn, you sound like me except the order is different. I had a Quadrajunk, then a Holly and the Edlebrock I have has been the best so far. The Qjet is a good carb. They can give you good power and economy if you get one set up right. I think one key is to get one off a engine of similar displacement so that the set up is close to start with. Good luck.
02-02-2010 10:50 PM
79CJ5 I've been through an Edelbrock, not too proud of the Holley I have now, but have heard good things about Rochester Quadrajets...anyone viewing had success with one?
01-24-2010 06:33 PM
foxinthemudd guess I'll have to do that...
01-23-2010 05:15 PM
4Jeepn Clean the inside of metering tubes or pickup tubes cant recall what they are called.. Makes a big difference if you have not done that. I looked into the holley avenger ones, but $$$.
01-22-2010 08:29 PM
foxinthemudd not many issues, needs a rebuild I think thats about it. but we just want more performance.
01-21-2010 11:25 AM
4Jeepn What issues is the carter giving you, or what do you hope to gain from the new carb?
01-21-2010 09:05 AM
foxinthemudd
carb advise needed

lookin at uppin the anty with a new carb for the CJ7. its still got the stock carter on it right now. lookin at the Weber or Motorcraft 2100. never really done much with carbs before so figured I'd ask. thanks guys

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