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Old 12-26-2012, 06:50 PM   #2
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AaronGTR has made plenty of valid pointsAaronGTR has made plenty of valid points
Double check the external crank trigger. I know some people have had issue with the engine running right when doing that swap because they didn't have the gap adjusted just right.

Other than that... with how much work you did and how much stuff got replaced, it's hard to narrow it down to any one thing. You have no idea what was good before hand and what wasn't. Could be the cat. Could also be bad/dirty injectors or a problem with one of the sensors. Time to start cleaning stuff and checking anything you can. Run some fuel system cleaner, clean the MAF sensor, make sure the vacuum lines are all tight and no cracks, etc.
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