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Old 12/20/2012, 12:07 AM   #1
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was getting low compression 4th cylinder and now misifire on all 4 like crazy, im thinking its somewhat because of the greddy emanage ultimate anyone else experience something like this or any advice

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Default Re: greddy emanage

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was getting low compression 4th cylinder and now misifire on all 4 like crazy, im thinking its somewhat because of the greddy emanage ultimate anyone else experience something like this or any advice
Greddy emanage is notorious for issues. I've worked with it before and afterwards wanted to throw it in the garbage.

Your issue however doesn't sound like a tune issue. Low comp in 4th cylinder? You sure you didn't blow your motor or do some other serious damage to it? Possible skip timing with the misfire going on and would also explain low compression.

You should provide more details. What motor, what car, explain the low comp issue a little more in detail and same with the miss fire.


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motor isnt blown i know that for sure, 03 base rsx k20a3 it misfires contantly now i replaced the coil packs and it was fine until WOT at high rpms but misfired only once or so and as time goes on a week or so then it starts misfiring more often and then after a while its just crazy misfire compression in first 3 cylinders are within a couple psi if not exact but then 4th cylinder is 10-15 psi lower

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