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Thread: Duratec camshaft change

  1. #11
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    I’ve got some diagrams if you pm your email address should you proceed with the change

  2. #12
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    You can change them in the car (SV, anyway) - gonna be a job though.

    Main hurdle will be getting the torque-to-yield crank bolt out, and sourcing new diamond friction washers for crank/cams.

    Everything in front of the motor between the motor and next chassis tubes needs to come out obviously. In my case this meant the oil tank needed to come out.

    All in all it's not a bad job, just make sure you source all the critical parts such as the diamond washers, crank bolt, cam plate (tool) and timing pin bolt (tool) ahead of time.

  3. #13
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    Not sure if my pm got through. kpkehoe@ca.rr.com

  4. #14
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    Once or twice...
    Hang in there

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