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lee306rallye

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Post #1
Afternoon so here's the story I brought a new bottom end from ryan pug306 which I've had rebuilt from an engine builder who has honed it ringed it and so on hes done the works on it. He has also refurbished the cylinder head for me by putting 2 new inlet valves which were bent the guides weren't replaced but having done a leak test on it they seem fine no leaks so far I have one exhaust valve which has the tinest leak which I will address. Anyway never mind all that I have brought a victor reinz cylinder head gasket kit and a dayco 136 belt set up. My question is when I bolt the cylinder head onto the block I will install it minus the cams to avoid hitting any valves then obviously will put the cams and carriers in place. Now I want to avoid the valve hitting each other. The block will be pinned ready for timing but when i come to turning the cams to lock in place which cam shall i rotate 1st etc is there a sequence to avoid valve clashing each other.

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Posted 15th Sep 2019 at 15:31
jeffers Forum Owner

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Post #2
Place the exhaust cam in first, as near as u can to being lined up then rotate til the pin lines up. Same with the inlet. Thumbs up

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Posted 15th Sep 2019 at 17:44
jeffers Forum Owner

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jeffers wrote:
Place the exhaust cam in first, as near as u can to being lined up then rotate til the pin lines up generally clockwise. Same with the inlet. Thumbs up

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Posted 15th Sep 2019 at 17:44
lee306rallye

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Post #4
Cool that's all I need to know cheers

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Posted 15th Sep 2019 at 18:02

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