Just saw your posts now. Thanks for clarifying!
Still working on it, I've got my 60* PW's at 8.4 and climbing because I'm still not getting it to crank until a few tries. Does that seem too high to you guys? All the Cranking tables that I've found online to use for reference are generally much lower, 5-6ish ms PWs at the same temp...
Good question, when I turn the car 'on' my fuel pressure reads 65 (psi right?) or something, high enough to be in the red and I think stays there for each crank until it turns over and hovers around 45. I'll have to double check those numbers tomorrow but I'm pretty sure that's right...
Oh, I gotcha.
'before backing fuel down' Do you say that as a precautionary measure, like I could mess something up if they are in fact wet and I reduce the fuel? Or do you say that as not to worry about backing off on fuel unless I notice that they're getting too wet?
Cool, thanks. I thought so but I can over think things I'll get a puller for those and take a look at them.
I've yet to do anything with spark plugs (could you tell when I said I don't have a socket for them), so are there other things I should look for? I'll research it in between my researching all the other broken stuff on my mk2 but I know there are things like gap and... I'm sure there are others...
When comparing settings, dont forget thats raw pulsewidth and does't take into account injector size. Someone with an injector twice as large would have half the pw, etc.
What do they idle at ~4ms?
Bumping this back up a bit with an update:
I've continued to increase my cranking PW's and I can now get it to fire on the first crank after 5-10 seconds of cranking. Here is my table (haven't had to crank lower than 50*)
Seem pretty high to me, what do you guys think? Could that be a problem?
Little high, how is your fuel pressure during cranking?
Oh yeah, forgot to mention about that. Well, I've noticed something that seems kind of strange. When I turn my key to the 'on' position, my fuel pressure is around 30-40psi but if I leave the key 'on' for a few seconds before cranking, my FP jumps into the red (don't remember but I think that's like 60+ psi) and the needles jumps around. And it starts much better when I put the key in and immediately start cranking instead of waiting a second or two. Does this sound normal or ring any bells?