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Sometimes when I try to accelerate it back fires and stalls for a second

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Incorrect ignition timing, could also have burnt valve. i would check timing (which may or may not be adjustable) if that checks out i would check all spark plugs and wires to verify each cylinder is firing and then i would recommend performing a compression check to verify everything is fine internally.

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