It is a 4 bbl Rochester....
read the manual that came with the radio or ask a friend that is good with cars!!
Yes. The stock size for a 94 Chevy K1500 is 16" rims. I have a 94 Chevy K1500 Silverado 4x4 Regular cab w/an 8' bed and it has 16" rims. You can go smaller if you like but your speedometer can be a little off.
There is a sticker on the drivers side door that will tell you.
Chevy says about 210hp.
If it is a stock motor then yes it is. 600 CFM carburetor will be just fine on a stock engine.
Thinking that your carburetor is a stock one(from the factory never been changed) the carburetor's fuel filter is located directly in the front and there should be a small metal tube going strait to the front which can be removed with a sizeable rench on the carburetor. once you unscrew that, the filter is inside there.
Yes. However, the big block should hasve something a little bit bigger than the stock 350 cfm.
I owned a 78 Monte Carlo with a stock 305 2 BBL carburetor. If I remember correctly, the HP was 145MPH.
The horse power rating for the Chevy 1900 ranges between 195 to 200. The 5.3 liter engine was widely used in the year 1993.
145-160 is the recommended range for stock carbs