Rochester B, BC & BV Carburetor Kits

We have 3 kits that cover all of the Rochester 1 barrel B, BC & BV carburetors.
To get the correct kit, match the carburetor number.

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Watch this video to see how to buy the correct kit.

Application Carburetor
Number
  • Chevrolet

    1956-32 216″ 3.5L, 235″ 3.9L

    1962-32 216″ 3.5L, 235″ 3.9L, 261″ 4.3L (Inc Repl Carbs)

  • Pontiac

    1956-55 261″ 4.3L (Canada

7001374 , 7002050, 7002051,  7002870,
7003060,  7003152,  7003160, 7003526,
7003863,  7003864,  7003865,
7003986,  7004468,  7004475,
7004476,  7004477,  7004478,
7004495,  7004620,  7004915,
7005060,  7005140,  7005921,
7005922,  7005982,  7006201,
7007172,  7007180,  7007181,
7007200,  7007950,  7009253,
7009254,  7009255,  7009258,
7009259,  7010680,  7013029,
7013953,  7015011,  7015013,
7015021,  7015919,  7041859
  • American Motors 1966 225 Jeep
  • Buick 1964-65 225″ Special
  • Camaro 1967 230″, 250″
  • Checker Motors 1964-66 230″
  • Chevelle & Beaumont 1963-66 194″,
    1963-67 230″, 250″
  • Chevrolet 1957-62 (incl Canada), 1963-66 230″,
    1966-67 250″
  • Chevrolet Truck 1963-67 230″, 292″ 1/2 – 1 1/2
    Ton, 1966-67 194″
  • Chevy II Nova Acadian 1962 153″, 194″, 1963-67
    194″, 1964-66 230″, 1967 250″
  • GMC Truck 1965 P1500, P2500, 1966 230″, 1966-67
    250″, 292″
  • Kaiser Frazer 1966 Jeep 225″
  • Oldsmobile 1964-65 225″ F-85 & Jetstar,
    1966-67 250″ F-85 & Jetstar
  • Pontiac 1957-60 (incl Canada), 1962 (incl
    Canada), 1963-68 215″, 230″, 250″
  • Studebaker 1965 194″, 1966 230″
  • Tempest 1961-62, 1963 195″
  • Kiekhaefer Marine 194″, 230″ (2 carbs)
  • OMC, Sterndrive, Corba 153″, 225″
  • Revley Marine 225″
  • Universal Motors Marine 225″
7009656, 7009657, 7009784,
7010516,  7010517,  7011102,
7011656,  7011657,  7011870,
7011871,  7012127,  7012129,
7012502,  7013000,  7013003,
7013005,  7013080, 7013081,  7013955,
7013956,  7016204,  7016205,
7016208,  7016339,  7016340,
7016406,  7016431,  7016507,
7016722,  7019000,  7019061,
7019062,  7020000,  7020003,
7020005,  7020061,  7020062,
7020080,  7020081,  7020103,
7020104,  7020105,  7020106,
7020107,  7020108,  7020114,
7020115,  7020994,  7020996,
7023000,  7023003,  7023004,
7023005,  7023011,  7023013,
7023017,  7023021,  7023067,
7023068,  7023105,  7023108,
7024000,  7024001,  7024009,
7024082,  7024083,  7024087,
7024089,  7024148,  7024149,
7024164,  7024166,  7024180,
7024181,  7024184,  7025000,
7025003,  7025004,  7025005,
7025087,  7025105,  7025108,
7025148,  7025149,  7025167,
7025168,  7025182,  7025183,
7025184,  7026011,  7026017,
7026019,  7026027,  7026028,
7026029,  7026083, 7026085,  7026167,
7026168,  7026169,  7027009,
7027011,  7027029,  7027167,
7027168,  7028168,  7036009,
7036167,  7036168,  7036680,
7037009,  7037167,  7037168,
7041860,  7041861,  17052529
  • Cadillac

    1951

  • Oldsmobile

    1951-53 Rocket 88,98

7013596, 7025638,  7025662,
7028017,  7028149

2 thoughts on “Rochester B, BC & BV Carburetor Kits

  1. Mike, Thanks for the video! Great to review. Read somewhere that GM had 141 different versions of their Model “B” carburetor? Have a Cockshutt tractor that someone installed a GM 292 engine in it and am trying to get it running the carb # is 7023013 (tagged). There is a hole in the top cover of the carb near the manual choke lever where you can see down through at the rod pump which has a notch in it like a screw/bolt would pass by it? There are no threads in this hole and no threaded area below the notch in the rod pump? Your 63-67GM copy of model B parts #22 is what is not with this carb? Looks like everything else is? Is it possible there was a version of this carb that didn’t use this part? With not being able to run the engine (it needs a rod and piston) not sure whether this carb would function as it is? Any suggestion would be welcomed. Thank you, Dave

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