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    Wd21 '91 vg30 w/ thorley headers and 3" Calmini loft
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    coeur d'alene
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    Wrench And Socket Set Mechanic
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  1. I'll try that again but I'm pretty sure they are right
  2. So I checked my codes today and got 55 no malfunction
  3. So I unplugged them both and and it popped a couple of times but now it's back to just turning with no fire
  4. I've got thorley headers and 2.5" all the way back
  5. I'm just thinkin I could use a bit more juice tryin to get up so of the more intense hill clombs
  6. That might be just what I need
  7. After I get my beast running again I want to do so me work to give her more power. It's my daily but I also take it off-road at least twice a week (when it's running). So what would y'all suggest and what have you already done to increase HP and Torque?
  8. So I checked my timing, it was good, spark was good, ( I might have the fuel lines mixed up but I'm pretty sure they aren't) and I moved the distributor one tooth because it didn't look right and when I cranked it over the engine ran for a good ten seconds then cut out and it won't start again
  9. So I got it to run for a few seconds than it quit
  10. I'm going to work on it right now, wish me luck guys!! I'll let y'all know how it turns out
  11. My one question is when it's on the compression stroke neither of the valves are open correct?

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