No I don't. Have you taken the carb apart yet? If you have, you will know what we are talking about.
If not, there is a valve over the top of the secondary venturies......it looks similar to a pair of throttle blades and it has weights that are connected to a shaft. It is located right on top of the secondary venturies. It works off of air demand and is not controlled by throttle position. In your case, when you stomp on the throttle, the air demand is so great, the valve opens up so quickly that it gives a lean condition and causes it to bog.....just because the weights aren't heavy enough. Check out THIS
Before you start, there is some adjustment on the accelerator pump that you can play with. There are three holes in the acc pump arm. The closer you are in on the holes, the more fuel it pumps when you give the gas. This might be helpfull in your situation. But the farther you go out, the less fuel it gets when you hit the throttle.
Just check the pump before you start ordering things. Take the air cleaner off and operate the throttle by hand. If you don't see any fuel coming out of the two nozzles (see item #36 in the above pic), then you have a pump problem. I have personally run a pump for at least 10 years without replacement. But that was with regular usage, so I don't know about one that has set up for long periods.
One other thing. Get someone to follow you and watch what the exhaust looks like when you stomp the gas. If your watcher dosent see any black smoke, it's a lean condition, if they see black smoke, it's rich condition. The reason you need some help with this is because it's kinda hard to see black smoke from inside the car......especially if it's just a little bit.
Hope this helps you out man,
BTW, you can re-use your old gasket if it hasent ripped. Otherwise, you can only get a gasket with a carb kit. You should be able to get that kit at Summit.