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By "ram intake" do you mean a cold air intake? Possibly a Vacuum leak. a large vac leak.. Check everything you did for misfits, loose clamps, broken hoses, hoses not installed properly, wires disconnected, if you find no problems replace your "ram air" with the stock components. If the problem goes away its your "ram intake" if the problem is still there you have one of the above listed problems. Best possibilty you did not reconnect the Mass Air sensor, or large vac leak
Posted on May 11, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
the culprit could be your fuel filter or the vacuum advance on your distributor.i recomend to replace filter and also do a manuel check of vacuum advance on distributor.
Posted on May 08, 2009
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