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The exact numbers are dependent mostly on the individual aircraft itself, and you'll need to determine those. No two aircraft are exactly alike. And while many similarly equipped aircraft will end up with the same numbers, that is by no means guaranteed. But if you want a ballpark set of numbers to start with before determining your exact numbers, you can look at page 3-1 here:
That's with an O-200. Someone with a 3300 may be able to give you the numbers they ended up with, but you're still responsible for determining your own. Also keep in mind that some of those numbers are airframe specific, and not tied to engine type.
What prop does it have and what pitch is it set at? What is the empty weight?