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got it running! Again!

WHOOOoooo…… im tired.

only for 30-40 seconds, since its loud (3.5" turbo back exhaust) neighbors complained (apts) first time I got it running. Just wanted to see if it would start.

after shut down, I turn the engine over by hand, to hopefully (incase there were any deposits) "wipe" them off by moving the valves without being sprayed on)

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Awesome work!!!
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got it running! Again!

WHOOOoooo…… im tired.

only for 30-40 seconds, since its loud (3.5" turbo back exhaust) neighbors complained (apts) first time I got it running. Just wanted to see if it would start.

after shut down, I turn the engine over by hand, to hopefully (incase there were any deposits) "wipe" them off by moving the valves without being sprayed on)
Soooo!...What did you do to get it back up and running? Cleaning the varnish deposits off of it alone was the fix?

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Iím going by the loud knocking noise ou are reporting..If on replacing the cam tower a small screw or bolt found its way in it will now be knocking around in the combustion chamber. If itís a loud knocking noise similar to bearing knock you need to pull your head immediately.

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