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F/S Quadrajet Carb

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by Ljutic111, Jul 13, 2009.

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  1. Ljutic111

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    A bit off topic for shooting but I have a like brand new rebuilt Rochester Quadrajet Carburator for what I think was a Firebird I once owned and never put it on -- wife took it over !!! 17084226 Q934 HCD is the number stamped on it . Comes with the base gasket but has no heat riser insert . From what I could get from the local auto supply in town it fits a 80-86 Buick , Pontiac , Chevy/truck 305-350 , 80 Olds -- Auto Trans !!!! Probably fits a lot others too ?? I`d like to get $250 plus shipping from NJ . It lists for $526 -- sells for $450 . I guess there are a lot of Hot Rodders out there who might just be in the market for this one .
     
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    Ljutic111,

    If you dont get any responses on here, try listing it on www.racingjunk.com.

    You will probably get more interest with it posted on there.

    Dan
     
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    If I open the secondaries will my 27yd average go up?
     
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    who did the rebuild?
     
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    The box that it`s in is listed -- CRI Carburetors -- Precision Remanufactured . Maybe Neptune NJ ?? One small screw and clip is missing from the electric choke housing and no electric choke . Says to tranfer old choke when installing !!! I was wrong saying missing heat riser ? Yes, buying this carb will guarantee your scores to go up . Petal to the metal - wood on wood .
     
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    does this carb have the electric connection (Blue plug) for the internal idle control?
     
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    No it doesn`t have any plug but it`s sure pretty .
     
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    NOTE if it don't have the plug for mixture control it's pre 81

    lee
     
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    My brother needs one for his 86 Monte Carlo SS 305ci 4bbl
     
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    Boy they sounded good on gm products,rebuilt many one.
     
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    I think the number on the carb says it only is made for engines from 1970 to 1984 ?? but I could be wrong .
     
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