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As you have stated, a sudden rich condition can only be too much fuel, not enough air, or a weak spark.

A CIS engine depends on the air flapper valve to mechanically meter the fuel.
The fuel head and WUR regulate the fuel pressure.
The dizzy regulates the spark.

I would first check the system fuel pressure and the warm pressure. The WUR may have a blown diaphragm causing the pressure to dump.
If that's not it check the spark of each cylinder.
Let us know what you find.
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