My Holley 650 double Pumper has stranded me twice due to the secondaries flooding and fouling out my plugs. The first time it happened I took the needle and seats out and there was part of a green gasket lodged in it. So I just rapleced the needle and seat with a new one. Then last night it stalled out on me driving home from work and I have the clear sight pins so I noticed the front was fine but the secondaries were flooded. I eventually got running after calling my wife to bring the tools. The needle looked clean but I put another new one in and adjusted the float lower then normal to see what would happen and to get me home. What's going with this, how does the float keep flooding on me? How do I tell what size needle and seets I have? I just took them out of the new rebuild kit I have and stuck them in the car. Thanks, Erik
68 Camaro RS, Built 355, 274 Comp Cam, Sportsman II Heads 200 c.c. 2.02. Ported to Performer RPM Manifold and 1.75" Headers, 1.5 Roller Rockers, 650 Holley, Steel Crank, 4.11 Gears but no posi yet! TH350 tranny w/ shift kit.
[This message has been edited by Erik Beckett (edited 04-19-2002).]