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Superior Automotive honcho Joe Jill installs the A&A linkage, return spring, and fuel-line kit. A pair of 500-cfm Edelbrock Performer carbs may seem like overkill on a 440-cube engine. But remember, the original Stage I and Stage II Max Wedges came with dual 525-cfm Carter AFBs, which grew to dual 750s on the Stage III. Joe Jill's name has been synonymous with hot Mopar wedges and Hemis since he opened Speedwin Automotive back in 1960. Jill campaigned a string of original Max Wedge and Race Hemi package cars with close factory support throughout the '60s and '70s.