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If you started it at roughly the 60mi mark, you should expect the wur to be at wcp either immediately or within a very short period of time. The wur warmed up as you registered pressures. It looks like it did that and then increased above the 2.6 because of vacuum. That is all good.

I would start it again after 6 hrs so the wur is cold. This will allow the engine tp warm up as the wur does. Your fuel mixture will initially be richer, which the cold engine likes. See what happens and report back. On the wcp running, you should try manipulating the plate again.
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