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Unread 02-04-2013, 07:11 PM   #1
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82 waggy intake questions

Recently got an 82 grand wagoneer and of course it had the 2 barrel... Bought a offenhauser 4 barrel intake and a Rochester quadrajet. I am a bit confused on which way the vacuum lines plumb back in... Where I live the emissions are No biggie so I can do away with a lot of them. What goes where?

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Unread 02-04-2013, 07:23 PM   #2
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You need brake booster, dist advance, heat & t-case control, cruise If it applies. All should come from non timed vac source ie intake or below bottom butterfly of carb. Simplicity is best here. One line per connection, and plug everything else.
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Does it matter where exactly the lines plug into the intake or carb??
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I'm not familiar with the offy intake , and I haven't worked on a Rochester in about 25 yrs, but if I recall there is a large port at the base of the carb that will work for the booster, should be a full vacuum port at base of carb as well (small 1/8th in) that is at intake not timed vacuum that would work for dist adv. Everything else could come from tree tee into the intake. Do you have pcv valve figured out?
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