Re: Weak @3000 RPM/No power
I would start by having a long look at the ignition module and coil....
If it was a fuel problem, it would happen sooner under 3,000 rpm under heaver loads, and later under lighter loads. If it were a weak fuel pump, the heavy loading would use more fuel faster lite load at a higher rpm.
If it does it at almost the same rpm every time, regardless of load, it almost has to be ignition module or coil break down... maybe even a bad pickup coil in the distributor.
I've noticed more and more DuraSpark modules going south by just not letting the engine rev up. (They used to just quit, and that was that!)
I have two on the bench right now that start to fail at 2,000 and quit completely by 3,200 rpm.
They start getting spotty and randomly misfire around 2,000 to 2,500, so it looks all for the world like the engine just doesn't have any power.
Just some suggestions, Aaron.
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