Holley 4150 & 60 Handbook by Mike Ulrich copy-write 1980
Holley Carburetors, Manifolds, and Fuel Injection by Ulrich and Fisher, copy-write 1994
Nether of those books ARE HOLLEY BY HOLLY
awesome--thanks everett...I suppose the carb has to come off to move the screw's slot form the bottom to the top?
u didnt do a search
Anyway...OH it was one of Evertetts posts that talks about run on/ alternatoer problems...find it and just check
Get a rivet, flaten the end with a hammer and file off to a flat scew driver end...then put a 90 deg angle in the shaft
This can then fit up under the edge and adjust the sec butterfly
DO NOT have the sec butterfly closed p and resting against the carb bore....it must be resting ..the weight in the screw.
Adjust the idle screw ...think it is about 1 1/2 turns from closed...check the spec book
Adjust the mixture screws so in the factory spec..as above think that is 2 1/2 turns out.
Set the secondies so those are in factory spec at best idle.
the 14 degrees is without vacuum (hose plugged)...
is that off manifold vac and what is the advance with vac attached?
All the above should be done ....noting the loppy cam you have...with a idle advance around 16 to 18 degs
But what u can have in thaty dizzy is going to depend on how many degs are in the cent and VA.