I'd raise it 20-24c because we're OOP.
I'd probably bet bigger on the flop too, because we're building a pot where we have a good draw and we price ourselves in even more if raised. I only ever go for 1/2 pot size bets if the board is really dry so think we should be betting like 0.40c here.
As played, we have enough equity vs any range of hands and even his strongest of hands so given he rarely has anything nutted here it makes calling even easier.
We need to call $1.50 in a $2.70 pot so we are getting nearly 2-1 on our call. It just depends on our reads on villains on the range of hands we put him on. If we don't expect villain to ever be semi bluffing
, doing this with worse flush draws and is only taking this line with made hands then it's still ok to call because even vs just top pair and a bad kicker we have 40% equity and we are only needing 33% equity to make this call profitable and we sure do have those odds.
I'd be snap calling against anything here vs anyone. Even if it was possible villian had his strongest made hand here of AA, we still have enough equity to make the call just about break-even. Given this is rarely if ever the case, we're always going to be better than break-even on this call.