On my 540 12° BBC with a HH 14-71 I'm having trouble with keeping # 1 and 2 from going very fat at idle especially #2. If I lean the BV enough to keep #2 lit at idle number 7 and 8 are right at or a little over 1000° at idle. I've checked to make sure the ports aren't adding fuel at idle. I've also tried going with smaller nozzles in the front of the blower, that didn't make any difference, the blower screws everything to the front anyways, but thought I'd try. Going down track the EGT's are within 100° front to back and the plugs look happy. The blower is not setback, but it does have the rotors setback in the case. The front edge of the pie shaped discharge opening is even with the center of cylinder #2 intake port. I can live with this, but my concern is the high EGT's in the rear cylinders at idle, as soon as the throttle goes wide open the EGT's start to even out and get within 100° of each other pretty quickly. I wouldn't think it's going to hurt anything, but interested in opinions. Thanks in advance.