I bought a 95 ex and put a greddy turbo kit on it. Two days later, it go boom. It has been a few months now so I don't remember exactly what the compression tested at before the install, but they were even across the board. I was wondering if this is normal. I didn't think it was but am kinda new to the whole boosted thing. Should've had it tuned right. I only ran 7psi and have the greddy fmu and stock injectors. The motor has a little less than 100,000 miles. Ran nothing but synthetic and generally take very good care of my vehicles. There is no compression in the first cylinder, the others are filled with oil(from where? what?). There is oil burning in the turbo when it starts and out the exhaust when driven. If the turbo seal was blown wouldn't it shoot oil through the piping? Also, before getting on it I hooked up a voltmeter to the oxygen sensor and put it under a load on the highway and it read .950 milivolts. As I understand this is what it should be. As soon as it hit boost it would jump to .950mv I am assuming because the fmu puts the injectors on overtime. Why did this happen to my beautiful car? And don't give me crap about tuning...I already learned that lesson. I am now a sad panda.