|01-25-2013 06:28 PM|
Glad to help!
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|01-25-2013 10:23 AM|
Your right I have the timing tools and I used the link you gave me for settting the VCT. Started the car up last night and runs great no codes, lots of smoke at first as we burned off all the WD40 that was used getting bolts out. Thanks again for the cam and the link for setting timing you really did save me a lot of grief.
|01-25-2013 12:02 AM|
|sleepyboy||Yup you sure can|
|01-25-2013 12:01 AM|
|01-24-2013 08:50 PM|
No difference the tools will work for both SVT and Zetec. I personally have the OTC brand tools and have timed Zetec and SVT's probably a dozen times with them already and have paid for them selves many times over.
|01-24-2013 07:21 PM|
|ianmcc||I believe Gerry has the tools now. I was able to hook him up with an SVT intake cam so I hope things go well with the install!|
|01-24-2013 06:09 PM|
|GhostTribute||If it is the same as the ZETEC TDC procedure. I found it pretty easy and cheap to buy some flat bar stock that is 5mm thick. Then buy an M10 x 70mm full thread bolt and 2 nuts. Measure 63.4mm from the tip of the bolt and that is where you lock two nuts together. This would allow only 63.4mm of the threaded bolt inside the block. This will hold the crank at TDC.|
|01-24-2013 05:47 PM|
|beatmaniac1||Is there a difference between the zetec and svt timing tool ? since heads are different the flat bar thickness could be different too ?|
|01-23-2013 10:26 AM|
I bought mine from Amazon for 20 bucks. OTC 6486 was the PN. This included the timing pin and bar.
I had initially made the mistake of asking the dealer parts department and the guy gave me a dirty look and told me they don't sell those to individuals.
|01-06-2013 11:09 PM|
Central Florida Motorsports has a good tool set for keeping the cam's in place and getting the crank to top dead center:
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