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Re: Nagging tick
On Mon, 6 Nov 1995, Christopher Ice wrote:
> >Are the valves in a single line or are they alternated to achieve a
> >hemispherical combustion chamber?
> Straight line if I remember correctly. More elegant arrangement on the 20Vs.
Righto... the 20V has a flowthrough head, where the 10V does not.
> >If in a single line are they under the cam shaft, or do they use a rocker arm
> No...the cam lobes depress the lifters directly.
What are rocker arms?? :-)
> >Does the cam have to come out (like an Alfa), or are any unobtainable tools
> >required (like a Fiat)?
> Since there's no adjustment...the answer is no. But to remove the cam in
> general, yes, there are some odd tools...but they're easy to make. See the
> archives for timing belt replacment.
HEY! HE SAID THAT FOUR LETTER F WORD!!!
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