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Bad cold start after rebuilt??

Hi guys
Finished a complete rebuilt and now the car is super rich when started but ok after
What could have caused this?
Did not do anything to the fuel head just replaced the gas filter.
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Erick
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Did it run rich before you replaced the gas filter? Can you check the pressures?
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first off thanks for all the help ,
car had and still has Andial I/C,1bar boost , K27-7200

car ran great before the rebuilt. the only different thing from the original engine is
SC cams set at 1.7 and new fuel filter.

here are 3 pictures
1- BL sheet that came with the WUR
2-cold pressure 1.15bar @15C
3-warm pressure 3.65 bar

can the cold pressure lose adjustment over winter? never touched it.
where should I set all this?
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is the cold start valve connected wrong?
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Cold start valve?where is that?
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Are you sure both fuel pump relays are plugged in and working? The rear pump relay powers the bimetalic spring thermostat heater elements in the CIS mechanical cold start gadgets. The control pressure regulator/WUR and the throttle body air bypass valve.
You didn't say it's idling high too so that's probably not it. Maybe the plug on the WUR needs to be cleaned, plugged in, or just wiggled.

The cold start injector is in the intake manifold under the throttle body and it usually only squirts when it below 50 out while the starter motor is engaged.
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what dos the WUR plug have to do with it?
as the engine heats up the pressure goes up so the plug is working. once the WUR hot it runs well. only problem is cold start
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Then tune it by ear with a cold motor while the gauge ball valve is set to read control pressure.
Put the little tool Brian gave you to raise cold start control pressure during cold starts on the WUR and disconnect the electrical plug from the WUR so it stays in cold start mode.
Start the motor and quickly turn the little allen head clockwise that draws the cold start adjustment slug in the WUR upwards to raise cold start pressure and stop when it runs smooth and isn't too rich and you can blip the throttle without it hicupping or hesitating from being too lean.
You have about 20 -30 seconds to do that after a stone cold start before the combustion chambers and pistons get hot and want a leaner mixture to run right.

Do the same thing again after it completely cools off overnight.
If you have experience you can tune CIS beautifully by ear if it isn't too far off just like a carburater.

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Ok will try
Does the CO screw affect pressure at all?
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Ok will try
Does the CO screw affect pressure at all?
no.
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Can I set cold pressure with wur unplugged engine off key on?
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If the fuel pumps are running, yes.
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Raised the cold pressure to 1.7 and now the warm pressure is also at 1.7 ? Does the warm pressure go down when the cold is raised?
I don't get it why is my car so rich post rebuilt?
I thinks since I must of had a vacuum leak the car was richened to compensate
What should I raise warm pressure to?
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Your specs are listed in the BL manual. If ccp and wcp are the same I would verify the WUR is getting power.
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There was air in the system I am such a dork
All ok now
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Should cold pressure be stable?
Every morning I check it is different? And does it make a difference in pressure if engine is running or just the pumps by disconnecting the plug?
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