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sinicysm

Member Since 11 Nov 2002
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In Topic: SR20 Fresh rebuild - start up problems

01 April 2016 - 01:33 PM

This is how the intake cam at tdc sits. The lobe isn't 100% perpendicular to the head

In Topic: SR20 Fresh rebuild - start up problems

01 April 2016 - 08:28 AM

well i thought my problems would be over, but still the same, admit its a little better cause of the rocker arm now being in place properly. its got injection and ignition (all runners are hot when i touch them)

so either my mechanical timing is out or the cas is playing up.

In Topic: SR20 Fresh rebuild - start up problems

31 March 2016 - 08:48 AM

^^^ exactly

In Topic: SR20 Fresh rebuild - start up problems

30 March 2016 - 06:57 PM

it broke one of the slotted shims, but i found the broken piece that was missing which is good, ill grab another tomomorrow and report back on how it fires up properly for the first itme

In Topic: SR20 Fresh rebuild - start up problems

30 March 2016 - 04:28 PM

View Postn0nac-S15, on 30 March 2016 - 10:08 AM, said:

ignore hte first bit, ramblings. but yeah where the cam gear sits in relation to the first lobe looking front on comparing the locating mark.

but thinking about it, this should apply...

you should be able to check the dowell vs dot on the cam gear, count the teeth between them, if they are both the same for s14/s13 then you know the intake will be 10 degrees out.

so i got home and pulled the rocker cover off, decided to have at the rocker arm, the one directly under the pcv valve had fallen off. looked further and there was a hose clamp under the rocker arm which forced it to fall off. im only assuming it was off the pcv pipe, must of fell off when i was putting the intake manifold on. what a stupid mistake. anyway thanks for your help guys. wouldnt of thought to even look at the rockers

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