Hey guys, new to this forum. I'm on here every day searching so figured it's time to sign up. Here's a little lowdown on my build. I have a 1988 W-100 with Dana 60's swapped into it, along with a 2001 360 Magnum. My friend and I started restoring the truck about 7 years ago and became busy with life and it has been sitting for 5 years so I took it over, replaced the fuel lines, changed the fluids and it fired right up about a month ago. Okay now for the problem. It has a fuel injection pump in it and a regulator for the Edelbrock 650 carb on it along with an M1 intake. The truck runs and drives but when the throttle is punched, it loads up, backfires, clears up a little but never runs right. It idles fine. It has the distributor out of a 1985 5.9 in it and after timing it, tuning the carb, I'm starting to think my distributor is the culprit. I pulled the dizzy cap off and noticed the pick-up jiggles around so that's a problem, but I have also read that in order to run right, part of the internals on the distributor have to be swapped up for timing in the higher Rpms, however I can't find any real details on what I need to do.. ANYTHING WOULD HELP AT THIS POINT. I'm very mechanically inclined.. I went to SAM RACING for school but this is the first time doing a swap with a Mopar. Sorry for the long paragraph but maybe some of the extra details can help someone help me. Thanks in advance!