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Between 50 and 60 mph my 66 Mustange surges.

I just installed a petronic ignition modul and installed a new pony carburetor on my 66. It has a 200 six with single barrell carb. Is the timing off or does the carburetor need adjusting.

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Fig. : Exploded view of the 2.5L engine coil pack assembly

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