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Did you check to mak sure the AAR valve is opening/closing properly. I experienced a similar problem after a track day where the car idled extemely high when I had done and touched nothing to the fuel system other than drive the car hard.
Turns out the AAR valve was not closing down because the electrical connection to the heating element was full of oil and not heating the internal element. Cleaned it off and she runs great.
Process of elimination is key.
But you need to have some baseline settings written down to go back to where it sounds like you changed alot of items up to now.
Set your dizzy timing then try WUR pressures back to nominal settings and see from there.
Make sure your O2 sensor is not overheated and damaged, running too high a temp on the sensor will destroy it and give false readings.
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