Anyone got a picture of their Edelbrock perfomer ?--I need a photo of one taken from above the air horn looking down into the barrels... I have suspicions that someone had mine apart in the past,and might have installed the secondary air valve butterfies in wrong..they are not flat butterflies like the ones on the throttle base plate,the edges are turned up on one side of them--on mine those upturned edges are facing the firewall ,and the "bent" side facing upwards.. They seem to work right (Closed by the counterweights at rest,and flop back to the closed position if you push them open--)..but this carb has always felt "flat" when I open the secondaries,no matter what engine I've used it on....it runs excellent on the primaries, and gets good gas mileage however..just feels to me like those air valve butterflies are not opening right..could they be installed "wrong"??.. I'm wishing now I kept the 625 CFM Carter AFB I had on my 400 SB when I sold it (for 150 bucks,I should have kept a LOT of stuff on it!).. --that carb kicked in the 4 barrels great!--and I'm not so sure it even HAD those "air valve" butterflies in it!..an old AFB I have from a nailhead Buick doesn't have them either..( I know not all AFB's had them)..wonder how my Edelbrock would react if I took them out... ... Maybe I should just swap my 2 BBL Holley "Economaster" on it and save gas! ..but I'm too lazy to do it in 90 degree heat..