Can you point me in the right direction to getting my carb a little more streetability?
Well at least not smelling like Fuel at idle?
Let's start at the basics:
1.) What RPM do you need your car/engine to idle and idle in gear?
2.) What is your fuel pressure at idle? IMO - Don't exceed 7 psi.
3.) Set front float level so that fuel just dribbles out of the sight plug at idle. The rear can be a little higher, but don't get carried away.
4.) Set both the front and rear throttle blades to no more than ~.040" of transition slot exposed. That is your max setting. You can close them from this setting, but don't open further to achieve more idle speed.
5.) Typical jetting is 88/88 with no power valve. Put 80/88 with a power valve in the front. Start with a PV with a vacuum reading a couple of in-Hg below your idle vacuum.
6.) Adjust the 4-corner idle screws for the highest idle RPM in gear. If you don't have a helper, set it to the highest vacuum or highest RPM at idle.
7.) Back to #4, Do NOT open the throttle blades anymore if idle is still too low. Only close if too high. If idle RPM is still too low, you are going to have to bypass some more air at idle. There are a couple of ways to do this on a Dominator.
Let us know what you get when you get to that point and we can go from there.