|View single post by discogodfather|
|Posted: 02-01-2020 03:11 pm||
Tim Engel has written extensively about this on the JHPS website, but we'll get you started.
I have the petronix and will try and eyeball where cylinder 1 fires, thanks. Hopefully that gets me into the ballpark.
As for degreeing in the cam, I could easily borrow a friends wheel but I am not sure about the process. I understand it would involve getting some fake springs, etc. and using a dial gauge? Anyone have a how to on this for the 907 somewhere?
Since I am not sure of the cam grind, would I be wasting my time trying to degree it in without that info?
Unfortunately I think the engine builder has moved on or maybe passed on, it's been 20+ years. I haven't had any luck getting in touch with the previous owner either.
I'm glad I went to the trouble of changing the cam belt because my tensioner was nearly completely shot. The pulley was domed and the new bearing I got from Greg pushed through without any pressure and you could slide the bearings through the pulley with ease. Still trying to figure out a remedy for this, sent Qwerty a PM.
BTW, which way does the engine turn when running, looking from the front of the engine?
Sheesh, I knew this would be a big project!