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Re: Standard engine now on the operating table

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Tony in Mass.

06-07-2014 19:29:26

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Bob, you are a pillar of inspiring faith, John, you have a bottomless box of good ideas. Jason, as a doctor or stand up comic...well... just don't quit your day job...
All I got done this evening was remove the timing cover... suspiciously easy. The pulley came off in a second, the cover wasn't much of a fight... and as I looked at the timing chain... it dawned on me, like me and the 23C a couple years ago... someone did a lot of work to this engine, couldn't get it to run, then thru it away? The only 'broken' thing I found so far, is the distributor shaft- and it is all apart and pretty much inspected for obvious problems. Seems impossible to break at the plastic rotor key... and the compression is very low.... did they get the timing off? so far off it backfired the shaft notch to pieces??? Nothing else seems broken or worn. And no, I do not intend to remove the crankshaft, that also seems just fine... I don't know what to buy besides gaskets and that shaft, tune up kit etc.... we'll see what next week brings...

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06-08-2014 11:13:00

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 Re: Standard engine now on the operating table in reply to Tony in Mass., 06-07-2014 19:29:26  

When they remove the Timing Chain, often they turn the Engine Gawd knows why, then they are lost. It isn't straight forward getting these engines timed correctly, you can time it after a fashion it needs to be done correctly as you will know.. John(UK)

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