With the 318 ci 2 barrel carb engine, 1,134.With the 383 ci 2 barrel carb engine, 307. With the 383 ci 4 barrel carb engine, 178.
A 1987 Chevy Caprice Classic with the original engine does have a carb and the engine is a 305, because I have one. This can have a 307. I have an 87 Caprice Estate Wagon, with a 5.0 liter 307 olds. Which, is actually for sale.
Sure. Although the choke will at the very least, need adjusting if you can get it to work at all. You might need to adjust and/or re-jet the carb as well. But assuming that the carb is good, you can just bolt it on and it WILL run, just no telling how well it will run. I've done it before with no mods to the carb and it ran just fine. Other times, I had to fiddle with it to get it to run right. Since they are both 307's, chances are it will work just fine other than the possible choke issues.
To change the wiper blades on a Peugeot 307 you need to pop open the bonnet and put it on the strut. This exposes the blades and makes it easier to remove.
The Last production car with a carb. was the 1990 GM 307 cid used in mostly all GM wagons. The last production truck with a carb was the 1993 Isuzu pick up. The answers apply to vehicles built for the USA.
The positive integer factors of 307 are: 1, 307
307 is a prime. It is divisible only by 1 and 307.
My Chilton book shows VIN ( Y and 9 engine codes ) - 8th " character " of VIN The 307 - 4 barrel carb - V8 engine is rated at 148 net horsepower at 3800 RPM and 250 ft/lbs of torque at 2400 RPM
I have a 1969 el camino 396 ss new holly 4bbl, timing set correctly, and sometimes gives a pop thru carb. please tell me the items to check over.
Most Rochestor 2 and 4 barrel carbs should fit on the manifold but watch out for subtle linkage and choke hook ups. And the carb off the 350 will be a bit rich for the 307. Short of changing the metering rods, it's tricky to lean out.
If you are looking for a 4V- Rochester Quadrajet. Advantage to this one is extra small primaries-what you need. Or aftermarket a 600-650 Holley 4V w/ vacuum secondaries NOT mechanical.
This is 305:|And this is 307:|
1 and 307
Every 1980 through 1984 Oldsmobile Ninety-Eight had a 5 liter (307 cu. in. Oldsmobile) V-8 with Rochester QuadraJet (4 barrel) carb.
Yes....as far as I know the last American made engine that used a carb was the 1987 307 4bbl. All have been fuel injected since then.
307 is prime.
307 + 288 = 595
First of all, it doesn't have a carb. I would suspect a bad distributor cap and rotor and/or bad wires and/or bad spark plugs. Also be sure the firing order is correct.
None. 307 is a prime number.
307 / 1,000 = 0.307