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Old 08-27-2012, 11:28 AM   #241
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Default Re: Holley 22XX Series Carb Stuff

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are you referring to the two throttle return springs?

If so, you can go back one page to page 16 of this thread, post #238, which has two photos of the throttle return springs.

One spring should be larger diameter than the other, the small spring goes inside the larger spring for redundancy in case one spring breaks.
Thanks for the information, and post #238 was just what I needed. But when I attached both springs to the throttle, it was under so much tension that it wouldn't return at all. Is there a way to adjust that somehow? When I attached just one of the springs to see if I could get it running after the re-build, everything seemed to be working fine. But I would rather not just have that one spring on there if two are really needed.
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Old 08-28-2012, 09:59 AM   #242
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One or both of your springs likely has too stiff of a spring rate. Ideally, the redundancy of one spring inside another is a worthwhile safety measure, but a solo spring in superb condition will get the job done.
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Old 09-04-2012, 06:22 AM   #243
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I need a pump shot needle for my 2210. Its not even there! Where can I get one?
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Old 12-28-2015, 03:53 PM   #244
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Greetings from texas.... Working on a 75 Scout II with a 345, Holley 2210. Looking for the vacuum idle dash pot... Anyone know where I might find one? Picture attached...thanks for any help... Jamesl
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Old 12-28-2015, 04:26 PM   #245
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You don't really need that, unless some some smog check person says you do.
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Old 12-28-2015, 04:39 PM   #246
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Thanks for the info fdchappie (and the quick reply!)... I was rebuilding the carb and found the diaphragm blown...I'll leave it off and plug the line...cheers!
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Old 08-28-2016, 12:47 PM   #247
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I have a 1973 IH 1010 v8 pick up truck with 2210c Holley carb. I'm mid-rebuild on it. I have a question about a throttle solenoid dashpot.

When I purchased my float from carburetor specialists, the sales guy mentioned that my carb requires a throttle solenoid dashpot and so I purchased it without doing much research because he said that was the last one in stock. When I received the part, I realized that my carb did not even have this part on it at all. I have no idea where I'd even plug in the solenoid valve to. Anyway, do I need this part for my carb re-build or should I try returning it?

Thanks for your advice!
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Old 08-28-2016, 06:23 PM   #248
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Sounds like he could sell a ketchup popsickle to an eskimo. You don't need it.
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Old 08-29-2016, 11:29 AM   #249
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Haha! Got it, thanks scoutboy74.
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Old 12-17-2018, 07:23 AM   #250
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Hey y'all. Having some issues with my 2210c on my scout ii with a 345.
part # 444561-C91
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No issues with idling, but it bogs down if I give it 3/4 - full throttle. I just opened it up and am going to order new main jets, size 52. Would changing out the power valve be a wise decision, or not have much of an impact? The current size of my power valve is 2.5.

I have already moved the linkage of the accel pump to the highest setting and that has made a slight improvement.

Thoughts?
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Old 12-17-2018, 09:41 AM   #251
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Hi Adam. Welcome to the forum. My overriding thought on that carb model is that I don't like them. They weren't that great when they were new and the passage of decades hasn't made them any better. What's the state of your ignition system and timing? If you haven't made every effort to dial that in as precisely as possible, I'd focus on that first. No doubt the carb is in need of some attention, but a spark system that isn't quite right can leave you blaming more issues on the fuel delivery system than might actually be true. When it comes to the carb, if you're really married to the one you have, I'd suggest a full-on overhaul to cleanse and refurbish as much of it as possible, rather than just replacing a few isolated components. Those carbs were already jetted for low to moderate elevations, such as where you live. However, with the reduced volatility and efficiency of ethanol laced fuels, it may not hurt to make a minor increase in jet size to compensate. But, the logical first step would be to refurbish the carb first. Then see how the engine performed. If after that, you found it to be a bit on the lean side at part-throttle cruise, an increase in jet size could be warranted. Better yet though, budget depending of course, would be to ditch that carb in favor of an aftermarket carb...or really go hog wild with a Hamilton fuel injection system!
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I have not messed around with the ignition system or timing since I have gotten it. Do not know what the timing is set to either.

FI is not an option at this time, I would like to get the Holley 2300 but need to hold off as I'm spending too much money right now on other things. I will try to make the 2210 work as best as I can for now.
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Old 12-18-2018, 09:27 AM   #253
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Copy. And I don't advocate tweaks to the spark side without some basic equipment such as timing light and dwell meter at your disposal, especially where a running engine is concerned. Too much chance of making things worse by going willy-nilly. Do you know what distributor is in the engine? Electronic or points?
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Old 12-18-2018, 09:55 AM   #254
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I do not know if I have points or electronic. I do have the gold box, how can I further dismantle the distributor to find out? How do you take off the mechanism that spins under the cap?
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Old 12-18-2018, 10:02 AM   #255
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That's a Holley "Gold Box" electronic ignition, correct for the model year. It does not have breaker points or a condenser. So no need to worry about dwell angle adjustment. That is just a plastic dust cap under the rotor. It can be carefully pried up around the edge for inspection, but there's really no need to since the engine starts and runs.

Edit...and the rotor itself should just lift straight up and off, but again, no real need to unless its needing to be replaced.
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Lemuel - '73 1210 Reg Cab 4x4 Camper Special - 304/TF727/NP205/4.09 FA25 & 4.10 RA16 - "Pull Lemuel, pull!"
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