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Tommy-T, I know it has been awile, but do you remember what size squirter is in the 3310?

August 8 2017 at 9:39 AM
Bill Ballinger  (Login 65billgal)
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I was thinking Billy said a .031, it is very responsive , no bog at all. That would make sense if it did, a .028 might stumble, this one didn't even with 3.00s in it, 4.33s in it noe it sure doesn't! Just curious.

 
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Holley 3310-1

August 8 2017, 11:50 AM 

#31 in mine. No stumble. Brian

 
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Tommy-T
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I don't remember, Bill

August 8 2017, 12:32 PM 

If I remember right, I cleaned the carb, grabbed my Holley book and put everything stock except installing a metering block on the secondary side. The rear jets are probably the equivalents of the metering plate orifices...plus or minus a couple sizes. Depends on what I had handy.
Probably a yellow spring in the secondary diaphragm.

I figured stock is a good base point to tune from. Glad it's working well for you out'a-the-box.

 
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Bill Ballinger
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They mixed 28s and 31s on the 3310's, but the ones from I think 3 or 4 up were 31s like

August 9 2017, 3:09 AM 

the original, Billy said on the phone that he had looked at it and it was a 31 as he remembered when we put it on there. It is amazing! It just whacks you like a big hammer when you hit it, no bog at all and thats even when it had 3.00s and with the 4.33s. I really like that carb.

Thanks!

 
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Drew Pojedinec
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Re: They mixed 28s and 31s on the 3310's, but the ones from I think 3 or 4 up were 31s like

August 9 2017, 8:21 AM 

-1 -2 -3 all came with a .025
All others came with a .031

Or at least that is what the Holley book claims. .025 seems awfully small.

 
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Bill Ballinger
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I will have him look at it again. Thx. nm

August 9 2017, 5:54 PM 


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

August 10 2017, 5:51 AM 

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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