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Wide open or nothing!

I have a 1990 gt with a 306 I bought from Indy Mustang Performance and it has sucked since I put it in. I had to switch the firing order to a std. 302 and also re-wired the injectors it ran and idled fine for about 8000 miles but didnt have too much power so i installed a new fuel pressure regulator O2 sensors and coolent and air temp sensors and cleaned the mass air. ever since it runs really rich and wont run at all unless i have it floored. if anyone has any ideas I would be greatful to hear them. Thanks.
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First things first, i'd suggest getting somebody to check your computer codes or try doing it yourself. That may give you some insight as to what the problem is.

What type of cam, mass air sensor and injectors do you have in it? A radical cam could make it run like that, and so could a bad or wrong maf or too large injectors.



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I have a 1990 gt with a 306 I bought from Indy Mustang Performance and it has sucked since I put it in. I had to switch the firing order to a std. 302 and also re-wired the injectors it ran and idled fine for about 8000 miles but didnt have too much power so i installed a new fuel pressure regulator O2 sensors and coolent and air temp sensors and cleaned the mass air. ever since it runs really rich and wont run at all unless i have it floored. if anyone has any ideas I would be greatful to hear them. Thanks.

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