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Username Post: Rochester Vs' Holley        (Topic#359367)
Damskippyyy 
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Posts: 6

Age: 56
Loc: SO CAL
Reg: 11-22-19
01-04-20 09:35 AM - Post#2783670    

i have a stock 1972 350 w stock rochester carb presently.
Now i told myself id just drive this car til it breaks but it is pretty slow. Any input fro you boys who have dealt with this ?

Damskippyyy
1966 Malibu convertible
1972 el camino ss
1989 Chevy Silverado long bed
2016 camaro convertible 2 ss


 


Stinky 
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Posts: 1666

Loc: Whitewater, CO
Reg: 05-25-01
01-06-20 08:45 PM - Post#2783879    
    In response to Damskippyyy

I'm not sure that I understand your question...

There are a bunch of variables that we don't know about.

Do you have dual exhaust...I'd do that first.

But, I don't think that there is an advantage going for a Q-jet to a Holley.

SMI does a good rebuild on a Q-jet.

https://www.smicarburetor.com/



 


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