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Q-Jet Book
« on: October 05, 2013, 11:48:36 AM »
Here one for the Carb fixers out there, covers everything,

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Re: Q-Jet Book
« Reply #1 on: December 06, 2015, 12:10:21 PM »
hey BURD, here's a couple of other good Q-jet books: 

1. "How to Rebuild and Modify Quadrajet Carburetors" by Cliff Ruggles
This is a relatively recent book and included coverage of the newer electronically-controlled versions.  The author also runs a business to rebuild/modify Q-jets, and sells parts.  I am endorsing the book, but I have not personally used any of Cliff's services.

2. "Rochester Carburetors" by Doug Roe. 
This one covers all Rochesters, not just Q-jet.  It was originally written in the mid-70s, and I've been using my copy since then!  Roe was a Rochester Products engineer, and used a lot of his inside info to write the book.

Both books can readily be found from online providers.

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