Here are the vitals: 1951 Chevy AD 3100 pickup with a 235 6 cylinder. Engine has a hot cam, dual Rochester carbs on a dual-carb Fenton intake, dual Fenton split exhaust, stock 3-speed trans, 1980 Blazer K5 rear axle. Truck runs well, plenty of grunt for a 6. It gets about 9 miles per gallon! The only hint of a problem is a heavy stench of fuel when I get hard into the pedal. Yeah, these hotrods aren't supposed to get great gas mileage, but 9 miles/gallon seems way off the mark for a 6. Even if I baby the pedal, the gas mileage sucks. What do you think? Not sure what size jets I have, should I start there? Thanks in advance.