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Time crunch

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I'm leaving to ocotillo wells in the morning an my rhino decided it was going to give me trouble. Iv been putting it around an even got it wide open down the street a few times and has no problems running or starting, but tonight I changed the spark plug and started it up when I was done and it took a good 30 seconds of turning it over for it to start, changed it back to the stock plug after cleaning it and same thing, I gapped the plug to the specifications in the manual. So any ideas on why it takes so long to start?

I just installed a exhaust and fuel controller of that makes a difference but the last few days it's been starting fine, I don't know if it has to do with the spark plug or that was just coincidence?
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It's msd and it's on set 2 as instructed by hunter works
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