First off, sorry if this is posted in the wrong section, I had trouble deciding whether to post here or in the engines section. Chew me out if need be! A Holley 750 double pumper has fallen into my lap, and is going atop a mild 350 in my 1975 Camaro, replacing a tired and badly tuned Quadrajet that I'm just sick of messing with. It's got a th350 with an 1800 stall and a 3.08, not optimal, but I'll shift in manually most of the time most likely anyways. It'll get a 2400 stall in the future. This is obviously way too much carb for this engine, but I think it'd be silly of me to not at least stick it on and try it out and see what I can make it do, especially since a complete revamp of the engine is in the works anyways. Worst case I just pull it off and trade it for a 650 VS carb. The carb and a Weiand intake that comes with it was out of a buddy's special ordered 1972 Chevelle SS 350 that as far as I know wasn't much hotter than my 350. I don't have the carb yet, my buddy still has to find it and dig it out, but I'm assuming that it'll need a rebuild. What tips and tricks do y'all have to make this junk run? Any particular rebuild kits that are better than others? I know fuel mileage of any sort is unrealistic, but I'd like to at least maintain double digits, but drivability is top priority. If I really needed good MPG numbers, I shouldn't be driving a Camaro! Thanks!