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500, 472, 425, 368 Discussion, Fuel Filter in Cadillac Engine Discussion; hmm link works for me. I'll post a picture of it....
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    hmm link works for me. I'll post a picture of it.

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    Re: Fuel Filter

    Yeah, that's a common aftermarket inline unit. You really don't need one like that. They require you to use their replacement parts whereas any inline aftermarket one will work. I used those on my custom applications years ago because they looked cool but they are more money and less filter than many others on the market.

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    Re: Fuel Filter

    Quote Originally Posted by Katshot
    There were different size Q-jets.
    Since his car has a 472, I was wondering about that or a 500.

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    Re: Fuel Filter

    There's only the two different sizes and I would think that all big block engines would get the 800cfm units but you never know. A quick measurement of the primary throttle bore will take the guess work out.

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    Re: Fuel Filter

    Q jets rule , we had one on a rescue truck , big block 454 , damn thing ran good once we rebuilt it (had been in the truck for 14 years)

    dads vette has one but its on a 350 and id think a 750 is a bit big for stock so there musta been an even smaller q jet

    IMHO the q jet is suprerior to a holley

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    Re: Fuel Filter

    Why do you think a lot of guys call them Quadra-Bogs?

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