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Check your spark plug wires, you could have an ark (arch) not sure on spelling. At low rpms, you have less voltage going through wires, which means.. when you push more power, it will have a stronger connection. If that isn't the case, check your fuel pump or filter. Also, to help answer your question, tell the world if it happens when it's cold, or hot, or all the time. -Eddie

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