When to separate files to save bandwidth

I'm doing some optimising for my site and am trying to figure out just how big some inline code can be before it can justify having it's own file instead of being written inline. My guess on how to measure it would be that the amount of code (CSS or JS in this case) would need to be bigger than the HTTP packets sent and received to get a 304 response. Please ignore the fact that it's a good practice to keep styles and javascript out of the HTML page and think only in terms of browser performance. :)
Appreciate the answers so far but this is more theoretical than practical. The question is how big does some code need to be before a cached http request is smaller than downloading the code inline. Reasons for this could include mobile development where the biggest slowdown is extra http requests

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