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Fuel running rich

It is killing sparkplugs. running rich

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You need to turn the fuel air mixture down it is getting too much fuel go to carb manufacture and find out the number of turns for the jets on your sled

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Car is running rich, can be a bad fuel pressure regulator or bad MAP sensor and can even be as simple as a bad vacuum hose that is disconnected. Regardless your engine is running rich (too much gas in to the engine from the fuel injectors) causing your plugs to turn black and foul, which is also causing your engine to sputter.
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The Symptoms tell me it is a head gasket. A leaky or bad head gasket would cause all of the problems that you mentioned.

Burning water causes White Smoke, Burning Oil causes Black Smoke. The oil and water are mixing with the gas in the cylinders and causing it to run bad. Pull out the dipstick and look at the oil on it. Does it look like good oil? Or does it look watery and or foamy or grey colored. Open up the radiator and look inside, do you see oil?

This seems almost text book to me... I would have someone local to you to have a look at it to be sure.

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