I have to shift @ 3300 or before. Otherwise it starts slowing down.
The problem just recently started happening.
new timing belt/sprocket
new water pump
new fuel pump regulator (last year)
New fuel filter (last year)
new MAF sensor (did that today and it fixed the rough idle and hesitation)
new rotor/distributor cap (it is held on by zip ties. maybe its out of alignment?)
Fuel pump works great
Today since the new MAF sensor the car is now running/idleing like a champ finally.
Idle is at/around correct RPMS
No fuel leaks
Smoke tested the crap out of the car. No vacuum leaks.
I am going to test the O2 sensor tomorrow. Its about 7 years old.
I only run supreme gas and mobile 1 high mileage oil or royal purple
This is a bad problem because it's not in the bentley