Down inside the pump, after you take off the big cover on top, you'll see a small bolt with a jamb nut. Break loose the jamb nut, and screw in the bolt. It's the one that's about 1.5 inches down in there. Might as well screw it all the way in, because you still may not even notice the difference. These pumps dont really move much fuel. If you want to pep it up better, buy a core 466 from an 84-92. Then you can have the timing gear, pump adaptor, pump, lines, injectors, turbo, and any other spare parts you want or need. I suggest a "CA smog compliance" core. They cut a hole in the block of a perfectly good engine.