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New head changed; lot knoking noise on top of engine coming up, may be the time chain problem?

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90psi compression is low in some cases engine may run but will be very weak and stall after a short time. a good petrol car compression should be between 120 to 150psi.
Does the engine oil light turn off after started, make sure u have oil pump up to the head, check the oil pick up inside the sum. The engine valves should not and never bend from no reason.

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