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Flooding the cylinders?

Old 03-31-2004, 10:52 PM
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So im running the V-AFC hack with Eclipse 450cc Blue Tops, and an Eclipse Resistor Pack. If it matters, also running Denso Iridium plugs and Magnecore Wires. I've got it all wired up and had it running before I detonated and destroyed the stock pistons. So I went back in and added ARP head studs, MLS head gasket, SRP 7.5:1 pistons, and Eagle Extra Duty Rods.

Anyhow, got the motor all back together and go to fire her up, and she just sits there and cranks. Checked the spark and its fine. Checked the fuel injector pules, and its fine as well. Fuel pump is fine, combustion is fine. But she doesnt seem to kick over. Figured it was possible the spark plugs were damaged from the detonation as well, so dropped in some split fires from a customers car. Pretty much the same results. So now we disconnect the pulse to the injectors to keep them from firing fuel in to the cylinders. We spray in starter fluid and kick it over. Son of a bitch starts up after a few attempts. So I figure the ignition is fine, and I know the fuel is shooting cause you can smell it when I hook the injectors back up and try again. Only thing I can think of, is the injectors are flooding the cylinder.

I currently have the V-AFC set to...
6 IN / 6 OUT
4 ^
71% / 72%
-39% across the board for lows and -38% across the board for highs

So what do you guys think?
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Old 04-01-2004, 08:04 PM
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what engine is that, u may not have enough compression
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Old 04-01-2004, 10:37 PM
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