I pulled the QJet finally this afternoon. WEnt and got one of those Spectre Holley to QJet manifold adaptors and put a Holley 600 with electric choke and vaccum secondaries on my motor. Plugged all the vaccum lines that can no longer be used, removed my EGR and made my own block off plate for it and hooked up the carb. Alright so it idles good though a few hundred rpms too high(idling at like 1000-1100 I think). So when I go and step on the gas it stumbles. I pulled 1 plug and it was almost white so I figured i was running way too lean. So I turned the choke thing towards richer and realized I had a vaccum port not plugged on teh carb so I plugged that. After that it got better but I didn't check the plugs(was out for a test run and about to go home and check when I got a speeding ticket YAY, let me off big time though). If I really really ease into the throttle it doesn't happen but it still happens in third and fourth when it lugs a little. It runs like my QJet did when the motor wasn't warmed up yet. I have no knowledge of holley tuning so any help would be greatly appreciated. It runs like a bat out of hell after it lugs alittle, has quite a bit more power than that old Qjet was feeding it.