Well, I shortcut it, needed to get it into service, so I didn't do the PODs.
I'm baffled by something, though.
I basically removed the idle screw and intended to turn the full power screw to compensate the idle back up, but once it was together and running, it idled too low, even with the FPS bottomed.
Then I re-indexed the thottle lever and it ran too high, but when I adjusted the FPS to compensate, it now feels like it's soggy on power and barely even smokes.
Truthfully, I haven't even messed with the AFC, yet, but normally I don't have to, the power, and smoke, increase is usually noticeable just turning the FPS.
FYI, this pump does have a 3200 spring in it.
Also, I bumped the timing about halfway to the head from it's original position on the old pump, maybe a move of .125-.250?
It might not help the power "feel", but I'm dragging about 7,000 pounds behind the truck while doing the drive test, but you'd think that would make it SMOKE a bit more.
This thing ran better with a malfunctioning pump and the same load.