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Rebuilt engine,after it warms up it starts cutting out as if the power is cutting off to the engine. does only for a second then powers back up.HELP

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I think you're describing a classic case of "hesitation." Basically, the engine hesitates when you step on the gas. I would start by checking the timing with the engine at operating temperature to be sure it's within spec.

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