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Old 03-09-2019, 06:43 AM
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make sure its not 180degs out !!
rotate engine 2 or 3 times with a spanner on crank nut to check timed up correctly before any attempt too start engine.
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Old 03-09-2019, 10:49 AM
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I did, thankfully the engine didnt actually start but it did turn over and yes its 180 degrees out of timing. Now im thinking of pulling the timing cover to go over everything
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Really screwed now, if i place the chain on the cam gear marks and spin it, the chain somehow skips teeth and ends up on a different position on the cam gear.

also the crank pulley, crank angle wheel and chain gear arr not aligned what a cluster bomb.
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Old 03-10-2019, 01:46 AM
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Originally Posted by flanders View Post
How did you get slack in the chain?
It doesn't matter where those black chain links are as long as crank and cams are aligned.
i finally realized the chain will move from that initial aligment mark between the two colored links. The manual calls for the chain to be aligned for its initial install but even states to just take the cam gear out and align it when cyl 1 is at TDC.

Just very confused about how to get the engine back into timing because there are so many moving parts. But i have found that i can just rotate the crank pulser plate with a small pick. Need to get the crank pulley, crank pulser plate, and drive chain sprocket all lined up so i can slide in the woodruff key again all while getting the cam gear and CYL#1 at TDC. All without opening up the timing cover


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Be careful when turning the crank with the cams out of sync, big possibility of piston to valve contact.
You should probably try and inspect the pistons for contact marks before firing it up again.
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Old 03-13-2019, 09:00 AM
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Originally Posted by F1TwoThousand View Post
Really screwed now, if i place the chain on the cam gear marks and spin it, the chain somehow skips teeth and ends up on a different position on the cam gear.

also the crank pulley, crank angle wheel and chain gear arr not aligned what a cluster bomb.
Unless the timing chain length is an exact multiple of that gear circumference it isnt going to sync up each rev. I wouldnt base anything off that. Should be obvious if you spin it by hand and it jumps teeth.
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Originally Posted by flanders View Post
Be careful when turning the crank with the cams out of sync, big possibility of piston to valve contact.
You should probably try and inspect the pistons for contact marks before firing it up again.
I dont think there are any cams installed.
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I reinstalled and went over everything from the roller rockers and up. Restarted the engine and not only did it make the SAME metallic slurry sound but i also noticed it was spitting out water at the turbo v-band flange. Phunk me sideways! When taking the turbo manifold off i noticed small droplets in the exhaust ports on the head but didnt think much about it. So now i have the metallic slurry noise AND water droplets showing up on the exhaust from start up as you can see on the video:




After watching the video i figured it was a leaking vband clamp but ive double checked and thats not the actual engine slurry sound its something else. Just about running out of ideas

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