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Old 08-05-2004, 01:38   #1 (permalink)
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EB Cam Timing

I have a stock cam in my EB, and i was just wondering what would the affects woudl be of advancing the cam timing by just one tooth. I would like to know both good and bad effects. Just interested as to what this may lead to.

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Re: EB Cam Timing

from my knowledge (and i say its limited) i think you would be better off putting veriner cam gear on, and also adjusting the ignition timing.

Get a standard EF cam in your car (similar grind to EB -ED XR), and advancing the ignition timing, and maybe look at purchasing veriner cam gear...

I wouldnt muck around with moving the timing chain nshit!!!
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Re: EB Cam Timing

Ned there was a thread about this same topic last week.
Id definately look at what OED has said.
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hrmm this is weird i was told by a few people that 1 tooth on the cam timing isnt a bad thing =/ obviously im being proved wrong.
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1 tooth is a fair way mate, Crow has their gears on sale at teh moment for $120.
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