I have been told that these are needed on a tunnel ram to keep fuel from flooding the motor after its cut off is this true. The reason i ask is im having problems with my tunnel ram with two 1050s flooding number 6 cylinder after its shut down.
I think what you are referring to are reversion plates. These have a profile on the bottom side, sort of a rounded groove, to help prevent an upward pulse from the the intakes and messing with the signal the carb needs. I am sure there is a better way of explaining it but I dont think reversion plates are going to help much with your flooding problem. More likely something to do with the needle and seat not closing all the way
That is another Bill Jenkins design..I've got a pair that JR Davis designed and built for me, What those Tubes do is get the air-fuel mixture into Each intake Port..not boucing around in the Plenum..they Do work!
Now if I was you check your power-valves or blockers make sure there good and snug..and look at the gaskets also
Have you pulled the floats to see if there full of fuel?
I have checked everything but the floats i will check them tomorrow these carbs do not have power valves, i have ran many tunnel rams with dominators and never had this problem the crazy thing about it is its just one cylinder. They do have brass floats in them might have a hole in one of them forgot all about that thanks man.