Toombs: [Talking about Crematoria] If I owned this place and Hell, I'd rent this place out and live in HellOh I forgot you live in hell and it never gets below 100 but if engine was cold was thinking you might need to warm up a little, if its doing it hot it shoots that theory down.
Actually, Toombs was paraphrasing Will Rogers who said that about Oklahoma, renting it out and living in Hell.
I started a new thread. The old pump destroyed the engine is another carnage thread entry. The Zombie engine still ran and "new" Moose IP/Injectors didn't help much on a blown engine.So did you ever get resolution on this? If so, what was the problem?
Sorry to make you relive that.I started a new thread. The old pump destroyed the engine is another carnage thread entry. The Zombie engine still ran and "new" Moose IP/Injectors didn't help much on a blown engine.
I started the Moose call with: "After poor Patch has been sitting for months with officially failed emissions..." Hindsight being 20/20: It should have failed at the governor test, that is done before the snap test measurements, that ran up to 4200+ RPM on the old pump before I got the Moose pump. As the engine still ran I had no idea 4200RPM bent all the valves, broke a valve spring and possibly wiped the cam. 3600 RPM is redline. It had run fine up to the emissions test and I thought it would pass. It accelerated slowly after the governor test blowing white for the measured SNAP smoke test. The replacement Moose pump only passed because I showed them max required repairs of $500 and got a waver. Specifically a Moose Pump receipt for like $1200.
A compression test showed the cylinder with the broke valve spring having the min 320 and the rest 200-260 psi.
The carnage is all here:
Replacement 6.2 longblock is due end of December. I will update this thread when I finally have the damn thing running right.