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Old 04-02-2005, 11:16 AM   #1
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Streetmaster Rochester Quadrajet

What do you guys think about the Streetmaster Rochester Quadrajet from Jet Perfomance Products (The Stage 2 Version)?

Does it go right in the place of the old quadrajet, and hook up to all the computer controls? Is this just a rebuilt quadrajet?

Most of all, what performance gains do you think I will see over the stock quadrajet?

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Old 04-02-2005, 11:38 AM   #2
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Well, if you look at the pic this is an emission carb but not for the CCC system. I don't see a M/C solanoid.

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Jet will modify your CCC carb though, you can contact them for details. Some people say that Jet's work isn't as good after Sean Murphy left to start his own business.
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Old 04-02-2005, 11:59 AM   #4
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well im not buying one direct from jet, im buying it off a friend that says it will work completly with the computer
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I don't think so. Like I said the pic does not show any M/C solanoid. Call Jet.

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The picture doesn't tell the whole story. CCC carbs are available from Jet.
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what exactly is a CCC carb and an M/C solonoid, ill ask to see the carb he is selling and I will see if it has it
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CCC stands for Computer Command Control. It was GM's name for their feedback carb setup. the MCS is the mixture control solenoid, the computer tells it to move the primary metering rods up and down to control the mixture.
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Old 04-02-2005, 12:29 PM   #9
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does anyone have a picture of what the M/c solonid is, also how much does one of these carbs cost new?
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if this carb was on an LG4 engine, and it worked fine with the computer, would it work fine with my L69? and if it dosent have a Mixture control solenoid, would i get a check engine light?

If anyone has a pic of the MCS that would be great, thanks.
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If it was on a computerized LG4, then it has an MCS and it should work fine on an L69.
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did any other GM companys use the LG4, like buic, pontiac etc?
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Yes, they pretty much all had at least one LG4-equipped model.
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and if it worked on a buic LG4 it would work on a Chevy LG4 which would work on a L69 right?
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Probably. The L69 was tuned a little differently, and some LG4 carbs had restricted AV opening, and L69's didn't.
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i would get the proper cfm carb and then tune it to your fuel needs--all engines will not be the same--food for thought

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That's the beauty of the q-jet carb. It's the proper size on so many different engines, up to the point you "need" more than 750-800 CFM.
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so will i notice a difference over a stock q-jet?
and are these new or just rebuilt to higher specifications?
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so will i notice a difference over a stock q-jet?
Depends upon the condition and tune of the stock q-jet.

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and are these new or just rebuilt to higher specifications?
The latter.
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It should be noted though that "parts-store" rebuilt Q-jets are not necessarily (or even normally) rebuilt to the same or higher specifications than stock.
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