I pulled a fairly fresh engine I built out of my other car to put in my 2nd gen, so I took the TPI setup off and installed an Edelbrock RPM Air Gap. Got the new oil pan and pump setup all buttoned up last night, filled it with oil this morning, and went to prime it to make sure the new pump was all good and I noticed the primer tool felt funny going in. After looking at it more, it wasn't going in all the way with the upper disc that sits in the intake. This is how the primer tool wanted to sit in the intake. It could go left and right an equal amount from there, so this was its "natural" position: Anyone ever run into that before? I tried installing the distributor that was in this engine with the TPI setup and it bound up hard around half way in because of the misalignment. Another thing to add to the list of things to check before bolting in the intake for good! I'm returning the Edelbrock and trying a Weiand Speed Warrior 8501WND. I was not at all impressed with the casting quality on the inside of the Edelbrock. It was really the coolant/thermostat passage that looked atrocious, but still. I should have taken pictures of that. I also like that the Weiand has 3/8 and 1/2 NPT coolant ports so I don't have to run a reducer in one for the Sniper's 3/8 coolant temp sensor.