No I'm selling my 6 pack intake and I have a 4 barrel.
I'd say stay close to the stock jetting that came with the carbs. Unless you did something radical to the motor (cam, exhaust, etc) then I wouldn't worry about it.
I found this and if you search on R4670 you will see that the stock primary jet is a 62. Just food for thought.
I think I have everything either on my work bench or on its way, except needles. The ones I have seem ok, and the rebuild kit comes with new needle seals, but shouldnt the needles be replaced also?
Even though Ill probably never need 90 percent of them, I broke down and bought a kit of jets from 65-82. It was the smallest and therefore the cheapest set I could find on ebay. So It looks like I will try 65s and 80s for the outboards, since I already have a pair of 80s from my inboard.
Might as well check my ignition system while the top of the motor is naked, so I picked up a timing light. 12/36 are the numbers I should expect there. Not going to fool with the advance. Its a great msd billet distributor and Im gonna assume the centrifugal was set up well.
I have been getting a little run on lately after turning off the key, and from what I understand it may be because the msd system is passing on a residual charge. The fix has something to do with the ballast resistor, which I disconnected years ago.
I HATE run on. Its pretty embarrassing when you pull into a cruise and turn off the key, only to have it choke itself to death over the next few moments. At least its not as bad as the emission strangled 1974 350 camaro I had in high school (my first car). It was such a dog, it often took almost a minute to choke itself off. My buddies would laugh and laugh, but I was rarely amused.