Priming a Quadruppel

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Lele

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Hi everybody :) ... and sorry for my English.
Today the question is: what's the correct volume of CO2 for priming a Quadruppel (or Belgian Dark Strong Ale)?
It says in some book or web site that it's 2.4; but in others there's written 2.9, 3.3, 3.5.
By your experience, what's the correct answer?
Thanks
 
If you use normal bottles, then I would not go more than 3 vol of CO2, but I do like something between 2.6 and 3 vol CO2 for belgians.
 
I have some Belgian bottle. With these, do you think that I can go with 3.3 vol, or 3 is enough?
 
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