You posted on the bbs,,,,that you couldn't get your Zook to run after installing a new head. Lets start at the beginning,,,,did you put the pin in the head that runs the fuel pump?
If you did, then lets go to making sure your timing is correct.
It will involve taking everything back down to the timing belt to make sure it's right.
The best way I have found to do this is set the bottom crank gear pointed straight up to the mark, then aim the top cam gear down pointed at the crank gear. There is a small line on the face of the top cam gear that runs across a hole on it, line it up with the molding line in the block,,,,,this should make it also aim at the bottom gear. Now you are on TDC on number one cylinder. Now install the timing belt, keeping it tight on the right side,,,,your right,,,the driver's side of the engine.
Now you can set the distributor in ,,pointed at the number one spark plug on the cap. set it just a hair back (counter clockwise) of number one.
Now pull the valve cover off, and set the valves. To do this take a number 12 mm wrench and loosen all of the rocker arms, then set the intake on number one too .006 and the exhaust too .008
then set number 2 intake and number 3 exhaust.
It is better if they are a little loose rather then tight.
Now turn motor one full revolution clockwise around to the timing mark.
then set number 4 intake and exhaust, then number 3 intake and number 2 exhaust.
Put your timing cover, and valve cover back on and fire it up, if it don't start right away, make sure it is getting gas, check spark plugs by seeing if they are wet, if they are hold your gas peddle to the floor and turn motor over while turning the distrib back and forth.
Should fire right up,,,,
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