Originally Posted by 55 Tony
You changed to a bigger squirter, but have you tried changing the plastic cam that actuates it? The bigger squirter will give it more volume but shorter duration squirt. Have you watched the squirter when opening the throttle by hand at about the time it has the problem to make sure it is pumping fuel with the slightest movement of the throttle? I think there will be two holes in your cam, you can remove the screw and turn it to the different hole. Also if still not happy with that part, buy a kit of cams and install a more aggressive one. Be sure the adjustment on the accelerator pump is properly adjusted also. You should get a squirt of fuel throughout the throttle opening range, and with a fast opening of the throttle, the squirt should last a little longer than the throttle movement.
I saw a mention of the secondaries opening too slow, yes they pretty much suck with any of the springs they give with it. I have a fix for that but get the primaries working right first.
I actually was going to order a cam kit this week. Right now it has the red cam on it and it seems to deliver a pretty healthy squirt. The more I read you guy's posts the more I wonder about the Idle/transition circuits. With low speed driving up to highway speed if you ease into the throttle it stumbles, but if you continue to gently push the throttle down it will come out of it and start putting you back in the seat. Could this difference be the carb coming on to the main circuit? I know the secondaries are not opening yet at this point because I'm just not that far into the throttle yet.