Re: 68 camaro with 650 holley problems
Your jetting could be too rich, you could have a vacuum leak, your plugs or wires could be bad, etc, etc. Lots of things could produce a "gas smell". Plus, if you're running a big cam, then you'll get that gas smell even if it's tuned perfectly.................
But I agree with Bassman, take the screw out. The screw trick doesn't add fuel when secondaries open, so you will get a bog. A "double-pumper" carb has two accelerator pumps, with the secondaries having their own pump. This provides the extra fuel when you stomp it.
Dave F. in Rhode Island
'68 Camaro SS Accel DFI 454 (SOLD - I'm a boring Corvette owner now)
Bought my first big-block Chevy in 1970