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Old 03-21-2010, 06:43 AM
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Originally Posted by fast68
how is a 750 too big when stock Q jets are 750 and 800 cfm

and used on all the v-8s and even on 1985 4.3L engines

maybe you mean its jetted too much

but not too much CFM

The primaries on Quadrajets are tiny in comparison, allowing a nice airflow through. The secondaries are huge and only open as demand increases. Holleys have large primary and secondaries to make up their cfm ratings. As far as operational design - apples and oranges

Take a look at the attached picture of a generic M4MC Q-jet. Sorry about the quality. Here's pretty good site about them as well - take a look at their first statement on Design :http://www.carburetor.ca/carbs/tech/...jet-index.html
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