So for a recap: I bought a 1991 classic with a blown head gasket because I always wanted to fix one of those for bragging rights. Well, she's back together, with only a couple extra bolts, but she won't start. I've checked fuel flow through the injector loop by removing the outlet coupling (fuel is flowing) and checked that spark is happening by wiring an old plug and grounding it while turning the engine (it does spark). So now... could I be so far off on timing that she won't even back fire? or is it probable that there's a connector somewhere in the injector electrics that while fuel is flowing, there's no supply to the injectors? The starter turns, but there's no back fire or any response like it's even trying to fire off.