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We set the timing tdc its gettin fire just wont start throttlebody spits gas and flames did compresion test on cylinders ther ok and ther getting gas

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Stretched timing chain or belt depending which one is on yours

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Set cylinder 1 to TDC on compression stroke, remove distributor and reset to stock marks. Generally there are timing marks for this. If you cannot locate the timing marks then note the direction that the rotor under the distributor cap rotates and reinstall it so it's pointing right at the cylinder 1 contact or just barely before when cylinder 1 is at TDC. That may get you close enough to start it. Then you will need a timing light to adjust the timing to the proper spec.

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Can you take the valve cover off and turn the crank until the number one valve closes, then check the rotor on the dist ?
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