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vacuum?

If you're confident apout the fuel end of the fuel/air equation, next to check would be the air.

A significant leak would cause an overly lean condition that might run, but wouldn't accelerate worth a [email protected] Also, if there was a leak associated with the distributer vacuum signals, guarenteed the timing part-throttle response would be terrible.

Besides, vacuum stuff is leak prone after 30+ years and cheap to try.
 
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