hey everyone, so me and my dad spent all day making adjustments and I still have a slight hesitation when accelerating from a dead stop. I have a 69 dodge Coronet 500 with a 383 4brl. To my knowledge everything is all original including the Holley 4160. I was having a issue with the car stalling out when coming to a stop and ended up rebuilding the Carburator. Everything is great when I’m on the road cruising, I can go 55 and put the pedal to the floor and she continually pulls. We seem to have the timing right now it’s set at about 7.5 btdc and has more power than ever. We hooked up a vacuum gauge to it and set the mixture screws properly, idle speed is set correctly, made the .015 measurement at the accelerator pump at wot, have the accelerator cam in the #1 positions, the only thing left I can think of is the accelerator pump shooter needs to go up a couple sizes, but would I need to do this for a completely original configuration? Everything we have done so far has helped and is getting better, just can’t seem to get rid of the hesitation. Any help is appreciated thank you!