Hey folks. Have a bit of a problem with the AFB on my '66 Skylark. I can't seem to get the choke to open fast enough to keep the car running well in the mornings. I've made sure the pulloff is set correctly. I have the choke cover (which does not have a mark) set just to the point that it sets the fast idle cam when I press the gas when the engine is cold. The problem is that the choke doesn't open fast enough and the car dies (repeatedly) as soon as I start driving and come to a stop. It will do this until the choke opens up fully which takes a while. I know the problem is in the choke because if I physically open the choke myself the car runs fine. If I set the choke cover to lean and get the car running well, it doesn't have any tension on it and won't set the fast idle cam when cold. There are 2 rods that affect the choke I can see - the rod from the choke cover housing on the passenger side, and the rod on the drivers side that connects to the fast idle cam. I'm not sure how adjusting these affects the choke. Bottom line - what's the correct way to adjust the choke so the spring has enough tension to close the choke and set the fast idle cam, but is loose enough to open up really quickly? Thanks!