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Needhelp with Quadra-Jet part number

I just bought a Quadra-Jet from a friend recently, and I ran into some trouble trying to identify it. I found the part number on the side, and did some internet searching to try and decode it. I found a wealth of information, but none of it matches up with whats stamped on the side of the carb.

The number is 17054919. I know the 170 is for '76 and later carbs, and the next two numbers (54) stand for the year produced. On every website I've found, these two numbers are not listed in this sequence. I'm also having trouble with the next number, 9. It is my undrstanding this is the model number, but all the information I've found only has meanings for numbers one through six.

Any help on this at all is greatly appreciated.

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Old 10-21-2007, 02:30 PM
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Looks like a factory replacement or a crate motor carb. All bets are kinda off in that case. The 9 emissions code usually was what they used on smog-exempt crates and warranty replacement.
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Thanks for the help. Any ideas on rebuild kits for it? I tried looking on Summit, but I'm not sure which (if any) is the correct kit.
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