How did you set the carb up without a tach and vacuum gage?
You need to first use a timing light and check the timing
Once timing is correct you adjust the carb. Starting with base idle and mixture adjustments, then the choke, fast idle and unloader.
To set the mixture screws I use the lean roll method. Turn both mixture screws out 2 turns. Start engine and allow to get to operating temp. With a vacuum gage and tach hooked up back out each mixture screw (in small increments) to get the smoothest and highest vacuum at idle. Use the idle speed screw to keep the speed at the base speed. Once you get the smoothest idle, turn each mixture screw in (one at a time) until you get a 50 rpm drop, then back out 1/4 turn.
Reset base idle speed with the solenoid extended. Unplug and retract the solenoid and set idle speed approx 100 rpm lower with the idle screw.
Without specs, with tach, set fast idle speed at approx 1200 rpm on second step.
To check pull-off, use a vacuum pump, or look at it when the engine is started. does it pull in? Crimp closed the vacuum line to it, does it stay pulled in?
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