I'm trying to re-jet my 32/36 DGEV to run a bit richer (per emissions testing its at 1.18% CO at 2500 rpm). I'm not sure I understand the connection between the main jets and the air correction jets. My carb had 130 (pri) and 150 (sec) mains and 170 (pri) and 180 (sec) air corrections. I just put in a 140 (pri) main and changed the airs to 160 (pri) and 170 (sec) as from what I could see after searching the archives on here those air correctors seemed high. The car ran alot better, much smoother and stronger thru the rpms. Today as my son left for school I could see visible smoke (that I hope is fuel and not oil) swirling around the rear of the car as he drove down the street. Should I have just stopped after I put in the 140 main or should I have just brought down the airs to 160/170 and left the main jet alone?