The car turns over, the starter is working great, but is currently operating under 100% electric power.
I took a video:
I've pulled a plug and watched it spark. The plugs come out wet with fuel, the pistons are wet when you look down the cylinders. I'm running the same tune that was on the car with the stock motor (same injectors, fuel pump, same cops, same ecu, 1mm bigger bore motor, 99 head vs 94 head, gtx2867 vs gt2871 turbo). I initially added 5% fuel to it, then put it back to the original tune, then pulled 5% fuel nothing has made a difference. I've tried turning the CAS forward and backward since base timing isn't set yet but nothing seemed to make any change.
Seriously, I've said several times that it's sparking, getting fuel, and reading a tach signal, do you really think it would be doing that if the motor wasn't turning over? Your acting just like all the pre-pubescent ricers on the civic forum I had a questions on several months ago.
From what I've posted, several times, I would think it should be pretty clear what is going on. If you need me to clarify something, I'll be happy to do so, but it would certainly appear that you have absolutely no intention of providing anything constructive to this thread whatsoever and just want to tear me down and try to make me look like an idiot. I'm no mechanic, I'm just trying to get my car running.
Originally Posted by wittyworks
Have you checked all the plugs for spark or just one?
I just checked #1, I'll check the others when I've got a helper. Thank you for a constructive idea. It's a great joy when someone on this forum isn't going out of their way to be a raging douchebag.
Set the base timing from -10 to 10, then check timing mark on crankshaft with a timing light when turning it over and adjust your CAS to get it right. It will at least let you know if you are 180 degrees out or something weird like that.
Double check cam alignment. I and E backwards?
The NB doesn't use a crank sensor mounted on the oil pump, right? But the '94 harness is expecting one... I dunno but I'm guessing at things to check.
Is the spark strong or weak? Ground wires for block and for MS really good? Coil wires or coil harnesses mixed?
Re-calibrate TPS? Set flood clear. Try cranking with flood clear and see if it sputters and tries to run. See if plugs are wet or dry.
Too much pre-start injector pulse?
Got compression? If cam timing is off, compression will be weird. I'm stabbing at things in the dark here.
judging by the sparks, i can tell you're not syncing properly. you're missing an event on a pattern, you can see it skip 1 and 4 twice in that video. I'm assuming you dont have the trigger wheel setup correctly.
what are you using for the tach input? the NA CAS? What tach input circuits are you using?