<VV> Re: VirtualVairs Digest, Vol 18, Issue 56

djtcz at comcast.net djtcz at comcast.net
Sat Jul 15 15:07:37 EDT 2006

I meant I don't know the relationship between fuel flow and jet number.
If the air density calculation indicated the density was at 105% , I do not know how many jet sizes to go up for 105% fuel flow.
Dan Timberlake

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>The relationship of main jet number to size is not known,

I always thought the last two digits of a Rochester jet p/n (what is 
stamped on the jet) was the orifice size - 52=.052" - see Doug Roe's 
"Rochester Carburators" pg 242 for QJs


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