or vaccuum leak....mustang did the same thing, vacuum leak.....
> firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> > Hello!
> > Ok, with the gracious help of many of you on this list, my 76 Spit
> > running again (thanks guys). The ignition system was cooked from
> > ignit. module to wires so all, including coil, have been replaced.
> > First thing that I noticed was that my idle was now set way too high
> > (about 1300), so I turned it down to roughly 900. Because I was out
> > there and under the hood, I went ahead and adjusted the valve
> > (#8 was a little tight, otherwise the others needed no adjustment.)
> > The car still isn't quite right, though. The idle is rough (she'll
> > at 900 and drop down to almost 500 and back again) and she's back
> > quite a bit (a little when cold, lots when hot).
> Sounds like a timing problem to me, at first glance.
> Martin Secrest
> 73 GT6
> 74 Spitfire
> Arlington, VA
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