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No longer has the take off power, sputters and the rpms usually gets around 5-6K before the engine shifts, when it starts it runs hard, shimmeys and shakes like it's gonna stall, was thinking the fuel injectors?

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I would agree with you. A good tune up and some injector cleaner (fuel tank additive) would probably help.

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