Two questions for ya, Wouldn't boring it out kinda defeat the purpose of having the 4 hole anyway? Seems to me that the difference rides on the size of the holes in the adapter, and I've never seen any benefits between the two, unless of course you count being able to open the secondaries a benefit.BigNorm said:I've heard that the open one isn't as good as the 4 hole. I'm thinking that with a little grinding the secondaries would open up just fine. I've already got the same adapter that you guys do. I bought it from Nappa a while back and didn't remember the exact numbers. I may get back around to fiddling with Qjets. It would be nice to hear secondaries open again. The reason I used the 2100 in the first place was that having power at wierd angles was more important to me than no power at those angles and kick ass performance on the flat. It seems everything is a compromise.
And 2, what kinda problems did you have with angles with the quadrajet? I've always had great luck running it the regular way, and if you need to go extreme, it seems to me that OX solved his angle problems completely and still has the full power benefit of a 4 barrel, not to mention his Qjet probably smokes your 2100 on gas mileage at cruising speed.
Not bashing any ideas, just trying to look at it from both sides, y'know?
I think i'm gonna twist my Qjet 180* and take it for a couple runs, I've got a very steep quad hill that's been pissing me off lately. It's on my jeep, but I've got a new digital camera I've been itching to use. Maybe I'll post a write up when I'm done.