No I used the Casper’s sticker that goes on the crankshaft pulley and I lined one end of the sticker at the notch and the other end of the sticker at the zero mark. The actual notch isn’t at zero. They give you stickers to show you how to get to 25 degree past TDC. Honestly I really don’t get it. I have spark on every cylinder (the wires are correct) all the plugs smell like gas, I have good even compression all around, I have standing voltage at all the injector harness plugs, I don’t have a noid tester. It doesn’t make sense the car won’t even start on starting fluid. I also replaced the battery and all the battery cables (took care of the hot cable problems).Make sure you read the instructions for the Casper’s cap. You set your balancer to 0 then set it with the led. If you’re trying to set it using the led at 25 degrees it’s not gonna work. It sounds like this is your issue.
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I have spark in all 6.Is the crank sensor set correctly and not hitting the reluctor wheel?
That's the same cam I have, and my car runs great.If it will help this is the cam card for the comp cam and lifters I installed. I read the instructions 3 times before I installed it. I took my time installing it. I lubed it. And I most definitely did not bang it into anything while installing it. It’s my first cam job but I really took my time , cleaned everything and did it according to the instructions. And yes they are the good hardened bottom lifters.
Thanks, love you guys for looking at my case.
Yes, I bought the pushrods comp cams recommend for the warranty. They are the same size as the stock ones. But yes I put them in.That's the same cam I have, and my car runs great.
I'm only asking the following question because I've seen it done more than once.
Did you put the push rods in?
If comp cams tech ''support'' knew anything about actually using their products, they would have said ''You need to measure to know the length you need''.
....or at least said ''You need to buy this pushrod measuring tool from us, then call back with the length you need''.