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I was thinking that, i think though the problem starts at the tts. as its mangled!,

Ive just ordered another one, and when i get it ill hook up the csi again, its making me wonder though why its harder to start after ive put on the ic and intake etc,..
Pumps are good, ive checked and rechecked ignition side of things, its all good on engine now .

Except the WUR vacuum routing which im looking into, its the Rotated throttle body that is confusing me coming to grips to how they all face now i have to turn my head 180 and compare....

might have to rotate it back then put all the vacuum lines on it in the normal position then rotate it other way again while leaving the lines on it.

Height of lines is not only thing that comes into play on tb ive come to realise,... the side at which the venturi (flap) (saucer round thing) in neck plays a part id assume also in when engine gets its signals... ?

Throttle body (rotation) angle determines Timing of each signal,
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