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Old 02-13-2019, 07:12 AM   #22531
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Im looking for threads on degreeing cams for sr20 (BC 264/264). Unable to find much with the search function...
http://www.jimwolftechnology.com/wol...ECCARDSR20.pdf



JWT has all the stuff on degreeing etc, along with the parts like adjustable sprockets, how to fit them, timing, and pay strong attention to timing or you'll bend half your valves(do not ask me how I know this #KAfirsttime)
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Old 02-13-2019, 08:48 AM   #22532
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http://www.jimwolftechnology.com/wol...ECCARDSR20.pdf



JWT has all the stuff on degreeing etc, along with the parts like adjustable sprockets, how to fit them, timing, and pay strong attention to timing or you'll bend half your valves(do not ask me how I know this #KAfirsttime)
Thanks man! I'm having a hard time finding someone to come do it for me to avoid bending half my valves but I'll read into it anyway. This is great.
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Has anyone in Cali had their downstream or 'secondary' catalytic converter replaced with a resonator or straight pipe on their 95 (OBD1) S14? I have a feeling the exhaust shops are gonna fight me on this.

Mine appears to have been punctured by some road debris.
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Old 02-14-2019, 10:06 PM   #22534
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Has anyone in Cali had their downstream or 'secondary' catalytic converter replaced with a resonator or straight pipe on their 95 (OBD1) S14? I have a feeling the exhaust shops are gonna fight me on this.

Mine appears to have been punctured by some road debris.
It’s a dummy cat, don’t worry about it. If you’re concerned about noise have the exhaust shop put in a resonator.
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Itís a dummy cat, donít worry about it. If youíre concerned about noise have the exhaust shop put in a resonator.
Megan Test Pipe is just fine, same as ISR
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New BC 264 exhaust cam, I need to swap the dowel to the longer one but I cant get the old one out...... It wont budge... HELP!!

EDIT: Got pissed and drilled it out. Problem solved.

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I'm back with another timing question...

New cams and cam gears are going in now and I cant seem to get the dark coloured chain links to line up at 10 & 12 where the dowel pins are.. I rotate the engine over and over by hand and put the crank pulley to the second notch from the left but cant seem to make it happen...

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I'm back with another timing question...

New cams and cam gears are going in now and I cant seem to get the dark coloured chain links to line up at 10 & 12 where the dowel pins are.. I rotate the engine over and over by hand and put the crank pulley to the second notch from the left but cant seem to make it happen...

help.
You will only ever get those links to line up when you install the timing chain for the first time. Just set TDC of compression stoke (cam lobes facing out), and mark the links with a grease pencil before removing the chain.

Other option is to drop the oil pan and put the colored link on the crank gear, like you were starting from scratch.

Also, the links don't line up with the dowel pins, they line up with a dot on the gear itself.

Here's what I did when I replaced my VTC gear, zip tied the chain so it didn't move.
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