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Billy said it is a 3310-3, so unless it was changed it has a .025 nozzle

August 10 2017 at 5:51 AM
Bill Ballinger  (Login 65billgal)
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Response to Re: They mixed 28s and 31s on the 3310's, but the ones from I think 3 or 4 up were 31s like

It does seem small, but Tommy put a metering block on the rear with 81 jets and a long yellow spring. It runs great, unless he put a bigger nozzle on it, it has a .025 which I believe would deliver the same amount of fuel, just a longer duration shot, you cant feel the secondaries open like a bog or a sag, you just get a kick in the torso and a loud exhaust as it buries the tach. LOL

 
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