On most stock SB 350s the timing should be fine at 6-8 degree's Before Top Dead Center AKA BTDC. However if the cam is not stock you may want to contact the cam's manufacturer for the best timing suitable for your cam. I personally set the timing until I obtain the best performance I want to achieve. , EzForJesus
If you are looking for the best performance possible, get a timing light that will check your timing at full advance. Start off at about 40 degrees total timing (engine running above 2800 rpm) and vary it up or down a few degrees until peak performance is found. Best accomplished at a drag strip on test'n'tune night.
what is the timing marks on the camshaft what is the timing marks on the camshaft
No, some have a timing chain that drives the camshaft.No, some have a timing chain that drives the camshaft.
Does the 1991 2.5 s10 have a timing chain or a belt or just mesh gears and how do you replace them The camshaft is gear driven off the crankshaft. The camshaft gear is pressed onto the camshaft. The camshaft must be removed from the engine to change the camshaft timing gear. The timing gears should last the life of the engine. Next time, please don't answer your question with another question.
You can set the camshaft timing on your automobile by lining up the timing marks. There will be timing marks on the front main pulley and timing marks on the camshaft.
you can get an edelbrock timing chain from summit racing for about 40 bucks
your timing is out
Timing marks for twin cam 1.6L B6 engine. When crank pulley is at TDC on the compression stroke, 'E' & 'I' on the camshaft pulleys should be at 12 o'clock. Too easy.
My timing belt slipped on my 1990 tyota 4runner 3.0. The crankshaft mark and camshaft marks do not align. Should i keep the crankshaft aligned and then align the camshaft marks?.
Both, cranshaft to camshaft sprocket, belt, camshaft sprocket to cams, chain.
Camshaft Sensor is used to adjust the timing to to belt stretch
The camshaft is turned by the timing chain or belt.
There should be a hole in the camshaft that aligns with a hole in the head. That locks the camshaft to #1TDC. Then manually turn the crankshaft until the #1 piston is at TDC. Then install the head and timing chain.
2004 vw jetta 2.0 how do I find camshaft timing mark
Check Timing First Sounds Like That Is Your Problem. If it turns out to not be the ignition timing, it could also be the camshaft timing. If your camshaft is mistimed it means that your timing chain or timing belt has slipped and must be replaced.
Yes, you have to remove the camshaft from the engine to replace the timing gear. The timing gear is pressed both on and off of the camshaft using an arbor or other suitable press. Since there is not room to remove the camshaft in the car the engine has to be out of the car.
Just pull the camshaft gear of it should be just 3 bolts
Try 12 degrees initial and see if it pings. If not, try a little more.
You have to set your camshaft at a position of firing at number piston ,that is if the camshaft gear does not have a visible timing marks and in relationship with the crankshaft position it has to be position number one piston at TDC
The timing marks are dots on the ends of the camshaft and crankshaft. They are on the sprocket ends where the timing belt or chain connects. The dots should be pointing towards each other for proper setting. The cam dot should be pointing down and the crankshaft dot pointing up. The dots or marks can only be viewed when the timing chain cover is removed. hope this helps...
Timing mark on the crankshaft pulley (mark should be at zero) must be aligned with the mark on the camshaft pulley (mark should be in the middle of the hole in the pulley).
timing marks are , marks on camshaft sprocket, an on crankshaft sprocket'.
the camshaft sensor controls the timing of the injectors. it replaces the furl distributor on earlier cars
The camshaft position sensor is located on the timing chain cover at the front of the engine.
It should be behind the camshaft postition Sensor in the timing box attached to the end of the CamShaft. It allows the computer to know where the cam shaft is in order to properly inject fuel to the proper valve at the proper time.