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Have you checked the condition of the cap and rotor.

I have noticed in the past that on a misfire with a specific rpm range the cap and rotor were usually the culprits.
Check the cap for any cross firing(white chalky marks).What is the condition of the rotor? crispy? pitted?
Start there and let us know..
Oh sorry,but its a pet peeve of mine...Its "Does" not dose.
No offence brotha just trying to help. :wink:
 

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Yes ignitors can cause that as well,but I have heard misfires through the entire rpm band as oposed to a specific rpm.

If the cap and rotor are known good look at that ignitor.
BTW does the tach jump at all during the misfire conditions?
 
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