If fuel level is set alittle high, it could be pulling over into the manifold via the secondary needle well. This ia a direct shot to the bowl. Check to make sure the venturi boosters aren't 'fueling' when at idle, as seen but fuel dribbling from them. This would indicate high fuel level.
I remember there being an APT valve in the middle of the bowl to aid idle & off-idle circuits, but, I think this was on '72 & later(?) carbs. Obviously, another carb would help, but, being limited by one really sucks.
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