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Old 01-12-2017, 08:40 AM   #1
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Camshafts timing alignment

Hello mates
I need to know how to align camshafts after engine rebuild
I am new

I adjust bank 1 camshafts the notche of the intake is facing outward the crankshaft than i rotate engine 360 until it is at TDC then i adjust bank 2 camshafts and install
Is that right?

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[QUOTE=porscheag_101;522420]Hello mates
I need to know how to align camshafts after engine rebuild
I am new

I adjust bank 1 camshafts the notche of the intake is facing outward the crankshaft than i rotate engine 360• until it is at TDC then i adjust bank 2 camshafts and install
Is that right?"

And when you have done the procedure correctly, rotate the engine about 20 times by the c/s bolt. Align the timing marks on the crankshaft pulley precisely ,then post photos of the camshaft notch positions.
This is not a beer+get 'er done job !
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