Rochester Carburetor Troubleshooting?

Answer Rochester carburetors were quite possibly the most widely used carburetor in the twentieth century, with over one million units produced by the Delco Carburetor Company, a division of General Motor... Read More »

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How to Install a Rochester Carburetor?

When installing a Rochester carburetor, a couple critical steps are to ensure the mounting bolts are not overtightened and a new mounting gasket is used. If the bolts are too tight, the base may wa... Read More »

How to Rebuild a Rochester 2BBL Carburetor?

The Rochester 2BBL carburetor was first used on the Chevrolet 265 cid V-8 in 1955. The 2BBL remained in production in various styles until the late 1970's. A popular application for the Rochester 2... Read More »

How to Adjust the Float on a Rochester Carburetor?

The Rochester carburetor float is contained inside the carburetor itself, so the top of the carburetor must first be removed in order to make any adjustments. If the float level is too high, fuel m... Read More »

How to Install a Rochester Carburetor on an Engine?

Rochester garnered fame with the Quadra-Jet carburetor, but their two-barrel models were equally praised. The four-barrel design incorporated two huge, secondary throttle bores that allowed an extr... Read More »