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Old 02-10-2012, 10:46 PM   #1
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Off topic - C10 forums do not have the activity this place does.

I have a 85C10 with a supposed stroker motor. (I have not pulled pan to read numbers on the crank to verify.) I am having a tough time getting it running/starting.

Checked compression yesterday. All read 123-125 PSI EXCEPT #2 reads 160. When pulling the plug out the cylinder #2, it was full of gas. Assuming I will need to buy plugs again... Any ideas what can cause this so I do not blow out more plugs? Cannot get it running right.
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