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I was wondering on a jza80, SP57, 6x550cc, greddy FCD. Would you get a lean burn on 1.2 bar or not? I thought it was pretty safe but I have a car here at my shop that is smoking like hell from the oil filler cap, so I think it burnt a piston ring or maybe a crack in a piston.
 

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^^ thats what i though. 57 should be a good size for stock fuel system.
 

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well that's what I thought as well. But the car is smoking like hell from the oil filler cap so it seems compression is gone on one or more of the cylinders.
 

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Possibility of a spike maybe? Maybe bad gas and some warm days caused it to detonate. If I recall correctly, doesn't the FCD cause the car the see the wrong load in turn causing the timing to advance? I was under the impression that you should use the BCC instead for this very reason. I could be wrong though. By the way, I have a SP61 on stock fuel at 1.2 bar with no problems.
 

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The engine died. Here are the compression numbers:
8 bar, 7.5 bar, 12 bar, 6 bar, 1 bar, 8 bar
 

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If you did this procedure correctly, then it clearly states you hoofed your engine.


Sorry bout the luck.

DP
 

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I have plenty of spare engines in my shop, the guy already talked with me and we're gonna make a JE piston setup most likely for him.
 

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Oeps.
 
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