Posts: 1687 From: Surrey, B.C. Canada Registered: Nov 2000
posted 03-23-2002 12:19 PM
I recently bought a new ProForm main body for my 780 Holley (List 3310-1), & noticed that the replacable air bleeds look a fair bit larger than the originals on my old carb. Does anyone know if I should try to find screw in bleeds to match my old ones, or should I just up jet, assuming that the larger bleeds will cause a leaner condition? Or has someone just replaced the body as is, & had no problems? It certainly LOOKS swoopy, but if anyone has any experiances with these, I`d appreciate some feed back. Thanks.
posted 03-23-2002 09:26 PM
I had real good luck when I converted my 3310 over to the Proform body by just switching the parts over. No need to mess with the air bleeds. Maybe you can do an archive search and read the posts on the Proform from a few months back.