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Old 12-26-2006, 06:31 PM
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dominator air bleeds

Anybody know what the stock sizes of the air bleeds are on a 1050 dominator??? Near as i can tell it's a 6464 list. It has the intermediate passage in it.

Right now the idle air bleeds are .035" and the intermediate air bleeds are .100"

The carb is real fat right now... it was supposed to be a perfect working carb...But at idle and even up through 3500 rpms or so,, it still blubbers.... I do not have a dyno only a test stand...

I am thinking the 2 air bleeds are backwards... The .100" should be in the idle location and the .035" should be in the intermediate location??

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They would appear backwards. A two circuit would be in the 70 idle and a mid 30 high speed.
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Yep the smaller they are in size the richer it will make the circuit...
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Mark, I looked through my air bleed spec sheet for Dominators and don't show a 6464 list number.

In general though the idle bleeds are generally in the low 40 to mid low 50 range and the intermediates are in the low 60 range. Hi speeds range in the 28 to 40 range. The R80586 is an oddball with the idle bleed at 28.

If you have the full list number that begins with an R I can look up the exact specs for you.
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I think if I remember correctly the 6464 was for dual carbs for a tunnel ram...? I had one once before and really liked how it performed even in single setup...
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I found the list number in another part of my book but it doesn't list the air bleeds. Only jetting info is pri and sec mains, 88 square stock.
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My stock air bleeds are 53 idle ,63 Intermediate/ 40 highspeed
I knoe its lateinfo but thought it might help.
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