<VV> Rochester ID help and advice?
J R Read
hmlinc at sbcglobal.net
Thu Feb 28 21:18:21 EST 2013
I'm guessing that you don't know what size jets are in them, so you have to
take the top off to find that out anyway. With our ethanol fuel, you
probably want to go to 51 or 52 jets. A rebuild kit is $20 or so (including
a new accelerator pump) and if throttle shafts are needed, that's probably
about another $15 each.
'65 or 6 carbs seem to be favored.
If you have the Junkyard Primer - check pages 19 and 20 for help with ID,
but it sounds as if you pretty much have that info in your head already.
CCE CORSA CORVANANTICS SCG member
'61 Rampside Standard 4/110
'65 Monza Convertible 4/140
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Ramon Rodriguez III" <corvairgrymm at gmail.com>
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Sent: Thursday, February 28, 2013 8:01 PM
Subject: <VV> Rochester ID help and advice?
> Hiya folks. I don't yet have Mr. Helt's book on the Rochester carbs. I'm
> trying to identify the carbs I have here and found that there are quite a
> few different lower half designs. I'm aware of what years have the idle
> vent and which do not, and that up until late 64 the enrichment valve was
> not there, but I still have some issues with identifying them.
> I saw something that lead me to believe that smog carbs might not have the
> enrichment valve either. Also I know on at least one style lower body
> where to look for the plug indicating that the carb has the enrichment
> circuit, I'd really like to be able to tell for sure whether or not each
> carb has the enrichment valve without having to take the cluster off each
> Ray Rodriguez III
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