Float level is at the bottom of plug and spills out when car is bumped. Everything else was set up by Patrick at Prosystems. I did drop one jet size from what was sent to me by Patrick.Where is the float set?
What is the manifold vac reading at this throttle position and load? What about steady state vac reading? ( cruising down highway at 60mph constant throttle position)
What size is the HSAB?
How many E-holes? What size? What position is open and what ones are blocked?
There are several things you can do, but you need a starting point and you need the ability to adjust. First thing is to make sure the float level is at or just below the site plug hole. Then get the correct power valve based on your steady state manifold vac. Too high of a float level will help start the main circuit earlier and delay emulsion. Likewise, too high of a hg rating on the power valve will open the valve too soon.
The only thing that's weird is that the carb was tuned before (Prosystems 950hp) with my A/F meter. I had good cruise A/F along with tip in on the mains and WOT. The only thing changed was the type of fuel and the new tank and lines.
So my orig question was would switching from ethanol to non ethanol make that big of change? I guess I need to hook up the vacuum gauge and my buddies A/F meter and see whats really going on.