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10-26-2004 01:03 PM
78 chevy truck its 01
10-25-2004 11:49 PM
lluciano77
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its 10 the engine is a 350 bored 60 over the sound goes away when you hit the gas. and there is vacum on the ported sisde on the carb for the hei. it moves the timeing 2 degrees i think

what are the factory settings for the mixture screws arnt they 1 1/2 turn
I could be wrong, but I don't think they are up to 10 yet. Read the numbers off of the air horn. All of the numbers.
10-25-2004 08:20 PM
troy-curt 78,
Is it cold there yet? The last time I was there 98 I think, for the world of wheels show, I froze my nads of, dang it was cold.

Troy

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10-25-2004 12:49 PM
78 chevy truck any more ideas
10-24-2004 03:49 PM
troy-curt You set the mixture screws to where it idles the fastest and the smoothest.

Troy
10-24-2004 02:32 PM
78 chevy truck its 10 the engine is a 350 bored 60 over the sound goes away when you hit the gas. and there is vacum on the ported sisde on the carb for the hei. it moves the timeing 2 degrees i think

what are the factory settings for the mixture screws arnt they 1 1/2 turn
10-23-2004 11:48 PM
lluciano77 It is a 3310. The important question is 3310 dash what? 3310-1,
3310-2? Holley made different carbs under the same list number. They assigned them revision numbers. Sometimes they changed the fuel curves or calibration between revisions..
10-23-2004 06:29 PM
4 Jaw Chuck Should be some other numbers there, can you post those?
10-23-2004 05:07 PM
78 chevy truck 10569
10-23-2004 04:26 PM
troy-curt The part that sticks up above the body of the carb. and has the choke butterflys in it, there should be numbers on the front of it.

Troy
10-23-2004 04:17 PM
78 chevy truck where is that
10-23-2004 01:38 AM
4 Jaw Chuck Part # is on the air horn.
10-22-2004 10:27 PM
78 chevy truck primary jet 72 secondary jet 75 pump discharge nozzle 0.031 primary power vavle65 secondary diaphragm spring silver

it sounds like old qjets sucking sound its kinda loud
10-22-2004 05:58 PM
4 Jaw Chuck Can you be more specific? The number you listed is the model # of the carb not the part #, can you give us the part #? What you do next to the carb is dependant on this information.

10-22-2004 04:52 PM
78 chevy truck ya kinda its like its not getting any air
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