Wondering if anyone has any ideas on how to to improve a linkage issue. 283 SBC with Offy intake, 4x2 Holley 94. In process of restoring everything, rebuilding carbs, etc. Here is the problem. Has a custom linkage that runs down the center. What this means is that the driver side bank of carbs, the linkage directly engages the throttle shaft (blue). The linkage on the passenger side however engages though the throttle cap (Red) linkage moves the lever, which then engages the cap, which then turns the throttle shaft). There is a bunch of play in this (maybe 20 degrees of movement before it engages) Ultimately what this means is the driver side bank of carbs is opening well before the passenger side bank kicks in, which I think is contributing significantly to running not well (i.e. one side of the motor plugs indicate rich, the other side just right....) Any tricks of the trade here? Cut and reweld the linkage to offset the passenger side and remove the play? Something I can do to the caps or levers themselves e.g. add some materials so to remove the play. Something I am missing? Most linkages I see for sale are set up to be working off the same side of the carb. Want to keep the center arrangement if possible (my dad built the rod in the 70's), but ultimately running well is more important.