Just rebuilt my E4ME Qjet using one of Cliff's rebuild kits (twice - I didn't adjust the float height or put the pull clip in the right spot the first time - wasn't something I found out about until after putting it back on the car), and was wondering if there is a good method to look at for tuning it. I set the lean mix screw to 3 1/2 turns out and the idle air bleed valve screw to 4 turns (I think), but didn't mess with the idle mix screws (though I think I did turn one the first time I put the carb on the car, when it ran like absolute poo - likely super rich due to the float being probably 1/4" too high). I have a dwell meter, and a piece of 16-gauge wire with a crimp terminal on the end in order to connect the dwell meter (which has a large alligator clip) to the diagnostic connector (which has the spade terminal enclosed in a way the alligator clip cannot attach), but when I first tried to check things, I'm not sure it was reading properly (I had it set to the 6-cylinder setting) - then again, the car was running so bad (it tried to keep running after I shut it off the first time), it wouldn't have been worth it anyway. That said, after fixing the float height, replacing the air-bleed o-rings and putting it back on, it runs better, but still not great. Sometimes the idle will drop really low...like 500 RPM or so (and then it throws a CEL, which disappears after you turn it off and try to read them). But when you rev it, it seems to enjoy that. What's the best way to go about getting this thing dialed in, as it sounds like that's where I'm at now (which makes sense). Letting it run for about 5 minutes should allow the dwell reading to show up, right? I think I am looking for 30 degrees of dwell, but I'm not sure which adjustments I should make (and in what order) to get there. Any help would be appreciated! Thanks!