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Warm/Hot Start Problem

Fuel System

Vehicle Information: Year: 1986; Engine (Size, Modifications): 3.3; Total Mileage: 54,980;

I have a difficut time starting my car after shutting down once it has reached full operating temp (hot shutdown), after it sits for approx 20 minutes or more, once it has cooled completely down, it will start perfect. The only way I can get it started is to open the throttle all the way (gas pedal to the floor), then operate the started up to 5-6 times for approx 2-3 second duration, then once the car just begins to fire I quickly release the pedal and the engine stumbles to life. I smell gas, and I go get a bit of black smoke, but I don't know if this is because I am flooding it operating the starter, or I have a rich condition that is causing the problem. I have checked the control and system pressures, and both are right on spec (Cold Control, at 25C is approx 2.7Bar, Warm is right on 3.95Bar, Fuel pressure(System) is 2.0 bar after 10 minutes, 1.8 bar after 20, and still 1.4 after 2 hours. So I am really at a loss here. The car is a stock 86 930, with all smog and cat removed, O2 disconnected, and CO set at 2%. The car starts cold perfect, and runs perfect, just have a hard time with the hot start.

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