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It reves up real high when its cold after it warms up it has major power loss and backfires throught air tube

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Sounds like a blown intake gasket. The expansion and contraction of metal from heat would cause the high idle cold and power loss when warm. Use Carb cleaner and spray along edges of intake to see if rpms change. Take your time. Sometimes, unplugging the idle air control will help you find the leak.

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