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Making An Off-Road Carburetor - Cheap Avenger

Posted in How To: Engine on April 1, 2009
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We'll tell you right up front that the Holley Truck Avenger and the Rochester Q-Jet are the best four-barrel carburetors for off-road use that we've tested. And since they don't make new Q-Jets anymore, if you want a shiny new off-road carb, the Holley Truck Avenger is your bunny.

But what if you don't have the cash to plunk down for a new 470, 670, or 770cfm Truck Avenger? We'll admit that while they're worth the money, they're not exactly cheap. Well, take heart you frugal bastiges, because with a few components from the Holley parts bin and a little elbow grease you can turn any $50 swap meet carburetor into a better performer off-road.

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