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Old June 21st, 2016, 09:40 PM
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man that is a FAST idle...timing is off I think
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Old June 21st, 2016, 10:28 PM
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eh? I think it is a little fast too. But timing won't make it idle faster. It'll just make it run like shit and make lots of smoke.

I used the iPhone audio app to see if it would pull a reading off the video. Seems to be in the 850 range. Should be closer to 750.

I don't hear anything that sounds like a rod knock. Hard to tell from internet video but if you are getting a different response on that cylinder with different injectors, then you should just send them off to get tested.

From the somewhat disorganized and limited information you've provided, I'm putting my money on injector issues.

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man that is a FAST idle...timing is off I think
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Old June 21st, 2016, 10:43 PM
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From the somewhat disorganized and limited information you've provided, I'm putting my money on injector issues.
Hey, If I knew what I was doing I wouldn't be asking you guys Thanks again.
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Hey, If I knew what I was doing I wouldn't be asking you guys Thanks again.
We have injectors, if you need any.
BE CAREFUL removing them.
Keep the wrench, pliers, vice grips away from the area where the spill over washer seats...
Turn then clockwise only.
Best of luck, Gene.
That is all.
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Took the injectors in for testing, they're bunk. #3 being the worst which is why, i assume, in the "cracked" video there is no, or minimal change in engine sound at 4 which has inj 3 in it.
Yep, the idle is too fast also, I had cinched the throttle cable too tightly at the bracket

Looks like Robert has another customer...

Hopefully it isn't a compound problem.
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Old June 29th, 2016, 03:23 PM
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Well, it did need new injectors and it does run better with the new installed. It was noticeably more peppy on the short test run but they were not the source of the knock. At idle it is still audible, a slight revving while parked and it sounds great. Under load it's a different story, knocking loudly. I assume that only leaves the bearing option. I thought maybe it was going to be easy....
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