Hi, I just bought some replacement needle valves from So-Cal in Las Vegas. I was suffering flooding secondaries again on the Holley. The one I showed the guy was a .095 but now I have replaced one, I see that he sold me .110's. I am now back at home in the UK and I just took the truck out and the tickover was so slow I had to stop and wind it up a bit to stop her dying at junctions(700r4). She is also a lot slower to start up. Could this be due to the oversized needle valve which has only been replaced on the secondary side or could it be due to a slight float height change? These are the only things that could have changed as she used to start straight away, hot or cold before. All replies greatly appreciated.