Good evening, I posted about this car the other day. We had a lot of great feedback from you great folks, and there was a lot of dialogue. While we did make some progress on the car's condition, we're still lacking power badly. I wanted to post again, corralling the information that we have gained in hopes that filtering some of the white noise and providing some good information to you folks will help someone spot the issue immediately and we can finally get this car going tomorrow. It's always that easy, right? We have a 2V euro spec that was converted to a US spec. It idles well, and responds to rev-ing MOSTLY well, up to 3,000 RPMs. It absolutely will not go over 3,000 RPMs. To move the vehicle with its' own power, you have to rev it up over 2,000 RPMs and quickly/carefully clutch out. Correctly executing this delicate dance will only net you enough power to get it in and out of the garage. We have spent a lot of time getting to know this vehicle. We know that we have good system pressure, between 75 & 80 PSI. We have a control pressure of 50 PSI. We have all new injectors. We have new plugs. Cap and rotor are in good shape. We haven't yet ohm-ed out the wires, but we have looked at the fire from each wire and its a strong, consistent blue arc. We've watched each coil at idle and under rev, both maintain and do not seem to break down under a load. We have verified and confirmed (with a light on the flywheel) that the timing is correct and advancing/retarding as it should. We did check the timing on both #1 and #5 cylinders. We have good compression, as follows. These numbers were obtained while cranking with all plugs removed. 1-185 2-180 3-175 4-180 5-195 6-200 7-195 8-190 I took a video of where we're at. Any help is greatly appreciated!