Thanks. I'll pressure test the fuel system.
I bought this w 42k, installed the Iridium 1X plugs only, no wires,at 46k, currently have 55k. This problem occured before the plug change. and still happens. That was my first guess. I'm able to live w it, just every once in awhile I'll forget to let it warm up for a few, take off and it'll just about die on me, and after a few secs catch and everything will be fine. It's frustrating. Maybe i'll replace the ignition cable and go from there.
Thanks for the advise.
Yea, the new ignition systems, they do some revolutionary designs NOT universally supported by typical plugs. Most people stick to the exact brand/model recommended in the O.M., because they are tested and proven to work properly with your ignition.
Some of the ignition system have reverse current flow in half the plugs, that reverses the anode/cathode effect of those plugs, and with different metal plugs, like single platinum/iridium, the result of reversing cathode/anode is the rate erosion is much much faster. The fact the makers of double platinum plugs advertise this is exactly why they make double platinum, is proof that there is something to this theory.
As well, the number of people that report ignition symptoms shortly after changing plugs, leads credence to it also.
You problems could be ignition, and using the different then recommended plugs would lead me to NOT rule out ignition/plugs as a possible cause yet.
A new set of plugs (by brand/model, part number in the O.M.) and the hour to replace them, may be worth it to eliminate it as a possible cause.