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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old Dec 20th, 05, 07:42 PM Thread Starter
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Holley 3310-4 1952?

I just checked my 68Z and found out the Holley is a 3310-4 with 1952 stamped on it. It appears to be a 780CFM carb which looks real close to the 4053 that is shoud have. Anyone know if this carb is worth anything when I take it off in the future? Was it for other Camaro's or was it just a close match?

For those engine experts, would replacing this carb with a rebuilt 4053 correct date coded Holley carburator make any difference in performance in the 302CI motor?

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Re: Holley 3310-4 1952?

3310-4 is a newer replacement carb. Dont know what the 1952 means.

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post #3 of 7 (permalink) Old Dec 20th, 05, 09:49 PM
 
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Re: Holley 3310-4 1952?

Chedderboy.......you Probably Wont See Any Performance Gain If They Are Equally Jetted And Power Valved....theres Not Much Difference In The Carbs Other Than Choke Mechanisms
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post #4 of 7 (permalink) Old Dec 21st, 05, 03:38 PM Thread Starter
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Re: Holley 3310-4 1952?

Should I wait until this carb needs service before buying a date coded rebuild? I was thinking I would get more out of buying the new one...

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Re: Holley 3310-4 1952?

Wait, til its all ready to show. If you keep lid on it , you will fool almost everyone.

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Re: Holley 3310-4 1952?

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3310-4 is a newer replacement carb. Dont know what the 1952 means.
1952 means the 195th day of 199(2) or 200(2). Probably not much difference in performance with either carb, but you might want to keep an eye open for your dated carb, cause the prices on them are goin' to the sky!

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Re: Holley 3310-4 1952?

They've made hundreds of thousands of 3310's as the "universal" generic replacement 750CFM vacuum-secondary carb for the aftermarket. It only had one production application in its long lifetime - the '65 Chevelle Z-16.

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