Hey guys: New member here, although I have been around on the A-body forum a long time, and more recently on the C-forum. You may have seen me on Youtube. Anyway, I've had a clean, solid '87 GF for about a year that, although it's a civilian, looks like a plain white wrapper, lol. It's the usual 318 Lean Burn stuff that had a poorly working Holley 6280. In the last year I have cycled through a couple 2280's that I rebuilt along with a Carter BBD and they all have different problems. One Holley wouldn't run at part-throttle, the second one ran good but had a tip-in "sag", and the BBD won't idle well. So, I'm all done with 2bbls. Fortunately, due to my parts hording, I picked up a nice factory Dodge Quadrajet, and also a mid-70's iron 4bbl intake. I am going to need to swap the throttle rod parts from the carb down, it looks like. I have the '87 FSM and I thought I found a diagram that showed differences in all of the parts, but I haven't been able to locate it again. So, my question is this, finally: Can you tell me, in detail, what EXACTLY is different in the throttle rod/kickdown linkage between a 318 2bbl with 904, and a 318 with Quadrajet and 904? I've been down this road in the past, to the point I have a collection of the pivots that mount on the intake along with the upper rods that are directly moved by the carb arm. Pictures would be great. Thanks for the help!