Also, while I'm thinking about it, that hose you've got hanging down (that fits onto the air filter housing tit) could use a slight alteration. I'd snip the very end at a VERY slight angle. The issue is that sometimes this hose can bottom out onto that filter housing and again, the engine can run like crap.
By snipping a "slight" angle to the very end, it won't bottom out and "seal" itself. A 10 or 20 degree snip should do the trick. If you cut it at a larger angle, there may not be enough hose there to hold onto the tit.
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