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Since I put the stroker in the car has been running rediculously rough/rich. I have been assured from the tuner that the tune is ok and I believe him.

My car has EGR delete. I noticed today that the opti vacuum source and EGR (solenoid) vacuum source were reversed: the opti source was capped and the opti was plugged in to here the EGR solenoid vacuum goes. Imagine them reversed on the following picture, which shows the correct location.



I didn't have a chance to start the car again because I was working on rebuilding the front end, but before I get my hopes up, COULD this be the reason for the car running super rich and bogging ? or do both pull the exact same vacuum ?
 

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both should pull vacuum from the manifold.
 

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so reversing them should have no effect whatsoever ?
shouldn't change a thing.

all three hose (booster, opti and egr) connect to the intake manifold directly. The PCV valve connects to the lifter valley/crankcase.
 
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