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Old 05-03-2013, 08:40 PM   #1
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Default 1 tooth off cam? try 180 off

For the longest time I couldnt get timing correct and always thought i was 1 tooth off during the install of my e303 so finaly i pulled it all apart and sure enough i was way off! thing is the dowel pin isnt there any more... i've done a quick search and i havent found a place to buy/order the pin any one??
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Old 05-03-2013, 11:59 PM   #2
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Good auto parts store like NAPA should have them, you may need to buy 2 however, I can't remember which one you use on an EFI car........
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waaat i found my old cam and the damn dowel pin was stil stuck in the cam used some vicegrips an got it out grinded any scuffs out an wallah the little things arent so little!
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What happened to the dowel pin you put in the cam that you can't find now?
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What happened to the dowel pin you put in the cam that you can't find now?
Actually i didnt even put one in when i first installed the e303 LOL shoot no friggn wonder its always been funky...i found my old cam an pulled the dowel out to use that an it seems to be working better now... whoever i ordered the e303 from didnt include a new dowel : (
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