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Jet stage II Q-jet

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by 77crewcab, Apr 30, 2005.

  1. 77crewcab

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    Any one used one of these? I am thinking of getting one for my crewcab 454 daily driver just looking for some feedback on if they are worth the money($347 from summit) Also since I have basically stock motor with only an intake and headers/duals/h-pipe, would the stage II be best or the stage I for daily driving and occaisional towing. I do plan on putting in a new cam later this year for 1500-4500rpm.
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  2. thor

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    I have one, I like it. It's on a mild 454 also and works well. It's the stage II.
     
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    Thanks for the feed back. So the stage II works pretty well? Any regrets spending the money rather than trying to tune your own?
     
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    I have one on my 90 burb running a 454. I've got a weind intake,hedman headers, & cam for 2200-5500 rpm. It is a good combo.
     
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    Thanks was there any need for additional tuning other than minor adjustment for idle?
     
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    I did little tuning on it but you will have to buy a special snap-on tool to adjust the carb.
     
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    A tool for what? If for idle screws arent they the same style screws as factory?
     
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    There is a adjustment screw on the front of the carb that uses a special bit. I called Jet and they said it was a snap-on tool piece.
     
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    Okay thanks, looks like I'll be making an order soon!
     
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    My e-mail isn't working right now, what did youhave in mind?
     
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    Unfortunatly I need to keep it in E-mails. :( :crazy:
     
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    Okay try sending it to me at davismonty@nts-online.net my problem is I can't send any new messages only reply to ones I have received. It was supposed to be fixed like 2 months ago but is still FUBAR.
     

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