checked compression. each cylinder was any where from 350 to 380 psi. After squirting oil in the cyliners i got up to 400 psi. Which makes sense if my compression is low and im now getting the proper fuel with the new pump and injectors it can burn all the fuel up when its cold and thats why it smokes raw fuel out the stack. when its hot it runs better cuz it seal up a little. Between the worn cam and low compression i think im beating a dead horse here. I found complete long blocks with a warranty for only $4600 so i think i may end up going that route. thanks for all the help guys.
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