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Old 07-03-2014, 10:59 AM   #31
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LOL not sure how you came to the conclusion that I have removed everything
I haven't removed anything, the only thing that is removed is the chain cover.

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The marks need to be lined up when at TDC, any other position and you have not verified that the timing is right.
thanks for the information I understand what you're saying.
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Old 07-03-2014, 12:45 PM   #32
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LOL not sure how you came to the conclusion that I have removed everything
I haven't removed anything, the only thing that is removed is the chain cover.



thanks for the information I understand what you're saying.
My bad thought your were the guy doing heads also. Put the cover back on and use the above advice to find TDC before you play with he chain.
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Old 07-04-2014, 07:55 PM   #33
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here is the new install.

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got a torque wrench but it's ****... it says I'm supposed to hear one click and I hear nothing at all, the cam bolt has to be installed at 42.5 and I just hear nothing so no clue if it's bolted right...

what happens if it's bolted at 30 or 60 ?
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Nothing most likely. As long as it's snugged up odds are it'll be fine but I'd get a better torque wrench and do it right if it was me.
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Old 07-04-2014, 09:08 PM   #35
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lol yeah I figured out how to listen to the damn wrench it's worse than my wife you have to pay attention and FEEL the TOC in the handle
anyways got my chain installed with proper torque.
tomorrow I'm starting to slowly put things back.

- new FR chain kit
- new FR harmonic
- reuse chain cover
- new FR water pump
- new bbk underdrive pullies
- new 3G alt 130 AMP, I already did the support cutting and painting so it will fit with the wiring job
- new mishimoto thermostat
- new mishimoto rad
- new mishimoto electic fan

that will be it for this summer. I plan on enjoying the car a bit before the winter starts

between work, wife, 2 kids and house not enough time to work on the car so we do what we can to accommodate everyone lol

I'll send a picture of it when done.
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here is the new install.

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got a torque wrench but it's ****... it says I'm supposed to hear one click and I hear nothing at all, the cam bolt has to be installed at 42.5 and I just hear nothing so no clue if it's bolted right...

what happens if it's bolted at 30 or 60 ?
I hope you were very care full not to drop any of that old gasket material into the oil sump. Before you button it all back up take the extra time to inspect the inside of the pan , the last thing you want is a piece of gasket plugging up your oil screen. Also an oil change will be necessary to insure that no coolant leaked into there.
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I hope you were very care full not to drop any of that old gasket material into the oil sump. Before you button it all back up take the extra time to inspect the inside of the pan , the last thing you want is a piece of gasket plugging up your oil screen. Also an oil change will be necessary to insure that no coolant leaked into there.
nothing leaked in there the coolant holes I had them closed. same with the oil pan , a tiny peace of paper gasket went in and I took it out with a spoon.
thanks for the heads up.
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Old 07-05-2014, 12:32 PM   #38
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hi guys,

my timing chain cover gasket kit came with this and I'm not too sure what to do with it...??

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ok I know it's a sleeve for the harmonic balancer in case yurs is gauged up

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Crankshaft oil seal for the timeing chain cover
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