I recently installed a header back exhaust on my 69 with a stock 350/350. I also installed an MSD box and distributor, Edelbrock air gap intake with an Edelbrock 750 performer carb, and a comp cam.
The car runs great at high RPM but when I punch it at low RPM it hesitates and almost stalls.
If I slowly bring the cars RPM's up then punch it around 3,000 RPM it will take off.
I tried replacing the MSD distributor springs with lighter ones but it did not help my problem.
I think the problme is in my carb. It needs adjustment but I am not too experienced with carburetion. Any help or ideas out there?
Does this sound like too much fuel or too little at low RPM?