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Turbo prelude,getting too much fuel?

hello, i am new to this forum and have a problem with my prelude! I have turbo h22a4 fully built, garrett gt30 turbo.......its got all the goodies. So it always ran but then one day after i stalled the prelude it wouldnt start at all! I later found out it was flooding itself then losing compression in cylinder number one. Could this be because the injectors are too big? The head has been checked all the valves are good and all of the piston and rods and sleeves are good too. It is just flooding! Could i adjust the fuel pressure, i just need help!
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Re: Turbo prelude,getting too much fuel?

What size are the injectors, what are you using for engine management, and how are you monitoring the air to fuel ratio? If you're losing compression in Cyl-1, but everything 'checked out good', then something was missed.
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Re: Turbo prelude,getting too much fuel?

^^ Agreed.


Have you done a compression or leak down test?

Have you checked if the injector is stuck open?

How's spark in that cylinder?
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Re: Turbo prelude,getting too much fuel?

http://www.robietherobot.com/storm/f...ectorguide.htm
^^ don't know if this'll help answer the 'too big' question...
But if you have no compression in #1, there's a hole somewhere.
If it's flooding you either lack the zap to that one or the injector is malfunctioning like others said.
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