First off, yes, I'm aware of the search feature. The general consensus seems to be that Edelbrocks carbs seem to have loose screws and the floats are to high. So of course that's the first thing we tried... Now, on with the back story. The carb is an Edelbrock 1406 (electric choke) 600 cfm unit. It's bolted to an Edelbrock performer intake that sits atop a 350 engine that is stock aside from 1.52 roller tip rockers and a Competion Cams 268 camshaft. The car runs like mad going down the road but wants to load up if I try to let it idle for long periods of time while in gear (sitting in traffic). When it first starts I can usually bump it into neutral and clear it out. If I'm unable to get moving it will eventually start loading up so bad that it dies on me. Sometimes it'll crank right back up and sometimes it wont. The warmer the weather is outside the worse it seems to do it. I can crank the car while it's cold and it seems that it will idle indefinitly without loading up and my temp gauge stays right at 160*. If I jump in and tear down the road at a high rate of speed and manage to get the temp closer to 180*, once I stop, the car will idle for a few minutes and then start to load up. We've adjusted the choke, idled the car up and adjusted the air/fuel mixture screws. Everything seems to have helped (or we could just be imagining it and are just a bunch of wishful thinkers) but the problem still isn't fixed. Now, we'll just throw a couple other symptoms in here for good measure. The fuel in the clear filter (no it's not glass) pretty much fills the filter when I first crank the car. Once the car has ran for a while the level might be full, half full or look nearly empty. This could all be normal as I'm not a wealth of information when it comes to things like this. Also when the car gets up to temp it seems like the fuel in the filter looks rather...Agitated, for a lack of a better description. It's been suggested that my fuel is getting overheated and that I should reroute the line. It's presently not ran that much differently then the other four V8s in my yard but who knows? It's also been suggested that if I placed a spacer inbetween the intake and the carburetor my problem might be alleviated. I've got no experience with carburetor spacers so I'm clueless here as well. So...in closing, does anyone have any suggestions on how to get this car to idle in the heat without shutting down? Thanks in advance for any assistance guys!