not sure of all makes but they were widely used on 80-82 camaros and similar F-bodies (firebird etc) I have a 1977 Firebird I pulled my complete 350 engine from a 1978 Camaro and with it came a 4bbl Q-Jet by Carter. The owner of the camaro said that is what the car came with and it was all original. Hope that helps.
a 600 or 650 CFM. carb will work great on that engine.
the carter carb, they suck. get a weber. you'll thank me later.
on a computer controlled vehicle you have to reprogram the computer and on an older vehicle with a carburetor you have to change the jets in the carb.
Not knowing what year the vehicle is and assuming you mean the "EVAP charcoal canister", if the vehicle has a carburetor, I would suspect the carb is flooding.
If this truck does have a carter carb,chances are it shouldn't .I am a licensed mechanic and haven't personally ever heard of a 70's chev small block ever using a carter . Regardless, the filter should be somewhere inline ,due to the carter not having an internal filter .Like the rochester carbs.
to get more air in to the carb, rather than having to come in from the front of the vehicle, it goes through the blower to the carb
No, you would not have chickpeas on a no carb diet.
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Well, I would recommend replacing carburetors with any products manufactured by Holley carb because they offer a variety of products for a variety of carburetors and products. They also offer their products for a great price.
It sounds as though you have no experience with this type of work, which will make the project much more difficult to complete. You would want a small carb such as a 600 Edelbrock or similar. And you would likely need to purchase an intake manifold that can accept a carb. The fuel pump requirements for a carb are much different than a tbi, so you'll need to change that. The vehicle would not meet emission requirements, so you may have a problem getting the vehicle inspected. Every state has it's own rules.
A carb balancer can be used on most motorcycles and can be purchased at physical stores such as Walmart, and online sites such as Amazon. A carb balancer can be purchased for a very reasonable price.
AnswerSounds to me that your vehicle is off time. Check the timing on it. If the timing is off it will backfire through the carb and also if it is cross wired (firing order wrong) it will backfire through the carb.