Originally Posted by onesickstang01
Taking it to shop is big money. It can be done by anyone with mechanical abilities with basically simple tools. You have to remove timing cover and valve covers, which you need a puller to remove balancer pulley. Make sure you mark timing components to you know how to set timing. You should degree the cams which is the hardest part. Cams for these motors will all be somewhat close as this is an interference motor and it cant have too much lift without having notched pistons. Dont go more than a stage 2 cam otherwise too much lift.
Awesome. I know how to take it down to what it needs to go to, then. That's cake.
And I was thinking about doing a stage II on account of me possibly going FI someday soon.
As for "degree" the cams.. What does that entail?
2016 Comp Orange GT (current)
Aurora - 2002 Boosted GT! (Sold, sadly)