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Old 08-25-2004, 22:54   #1 (permalink)
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250 - 2V cam job

what kind of job is it to change a cam in the good old 250 - 2V, how long would it take and stuff? whats to know?
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what kind of job is it to change a cam in the good old 250 - 2V, how long would it take and stuff? whats to know?
I think its a full engine apart job as they have no side plate to access the lifters been contemplating doing mine as the lifters are noisy
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Man its a pain
1/To do it you must remove the head
2/you need new lifters
3/head gasket/rocker cover gasket
4/performance timing sprocket /chain
5/remove harmonic balancer
6/ I dont remember but i think you remove the water pump.
7/remove the radiator
8/lower the bumper bar
9/remove fan belts.
10/ Remove timing case
11/ degree wheel.
12/new harmonic balancer may be needed too.
13/maybe hardened pushrods
14/valvesprings collets retainers.high lift cam..shims

you might as well as pull it out and do it in your garage

This is from what i remember
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that easy, will try it now and be back in halfa............ lol, think I might look at upgrading the diff in stead.........
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Id leave the engine ..those things were incredible..If you have an auto get a bigger stall coverter
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supra 5 speed, thinkin about a 3.45
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