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Thread: 3310 - Is it too much carb for sure on a mild 305?

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    Well, very long story made short; the 1850 didn't work so I traded the guy back for the 3310. I decided to give it another go, but I swapped out the metering plate on the secondaries for a metering block I had, then tried to tune it better. At this point it had #65 jets in the primary. It was running real lean. I put some 68 jets in and it ran decent. I'll get a gauge and check my AFR and see if I need to go any different on it. Idles great and doesn't stumble much when you floor it. It's driveable!

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    A 3310 has 72s or 70s if it's a late carb. What's your list number 3310-1/2, etc.? Gary
    Regards, Gary

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