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50 psi compression is barely any, even with the late intake cam closing you should have at least double that...I would think.

Do you still have the old carburetor? Or access to another carb? At this point I'd want to eliminate the carb issue without messing around with the new one.

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Thank you everyone for your input, she is running, albeit not right, but it just a matter of getting the carb tuned correctly, then we'll be running like a turd of hurdles. Believe me when I say everyone input is great appreciated, and followed.


Tom

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