|08-07-2009 03:07 PM|
Sunday is good for me, so long as you let me know.
I'll be doing some work to the 9-3, and cleaning/changing the oil in the 9-5 this weekend.
Feel free to call/text 978 387 8034
next weekend is looking okay, too.
just, let me know, and try to pick a day you can commit to.
|08-06-2009 07:20 PM|
On Saturday: work 7-3.30pm then Plainville. I was planning on seeing some old friends later on but if that doesn't work out, I'll let you know. PM me your number if you can
Dan, wanna hop on for a ride to Leominster?
|08-06-2009 04:13 PM|
|08-06-2009 03:09 PM|
I have plans to go watch some racing in NJ next weekend.
this weekend would be better. otherwise, there's only about a 10% chance I'll be around, next weekend.
|08-06-2009 02:56 PM|
|rafal||Craig, that would be awesome. Any chance you're free next weekend, not this one?|
|08-06-2009 02:31 PM|
Rafal, if you want to come out to Leominster, I'll show you how, this weekend.
It's only a ~3 hour job, taking your time.
|08-06-2009 01:15 PM|
|dcr99vig||no problem... it i so easy to do, sounds hard but is very simple. first time took about a hour and a half second time took about 30-45 min with the zip tie method|
|08-06-2009 12:51 PM|
[QUOTE=spgstud;655282]ill be installing them this weekend and will take pics and also post torque specs if youd like[/QUOTE
Please do as I have a set ready to go in as well.
|08-06-2009 12:35 PM|
|spgstud||ill be installing them this weekend and will take pics and also post torque specs if youd like|
|08-06-2009 11:55 AM|
Got it from Ninety5aero. Traded him my saabsport tip
|08-06-2009 11:53 AM|
|Saabeh||You need to buy mine.|
|08-06-2009 11:39 AM|
|dcr99vig||oh yeah the cam with the key way on the opposite end of the sprocket i believe is the exhaust cam?|
|08-06-2009 11:37 AM|
pretty easy turn the wheels to the right so you can see the timing mark on the balancer.
next lift the car and remove the plastics so you can get at the balacer think the bolt is like a 24mm or something
next remove the valve cover
remove the timing chain tensioner
zip tie the cam sprockets to the chain and remove the sprocket
remove all the retainer bolts for the cams, notice some bolts have groves cut down them for oiling, they need to be put in the same positions
install new cams and torque everything down. not sure about torque specs but its like 14 on retainer and like 40 for the sprockets
install the tensioner outer portion first then the inner.
turn the engine over by hand a few times... very important.
line up timing marks and make sure everything is lined up.
reinstall valve cover and undertrays
run the engine make sure it runs good and then change the oil. all the crap you think didn't fall in prob did so change it.
anything i missed let me know i did this like 6 months ago, going off my memory
|08-06-2009 11:08 AM|
T5 Camshafts DIY ?
Is there any DIY guide? What do I need to throw them in?