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Old 09-08-2006, 10:23 AM   #1
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Default How to adjust the timing belt?

if u can post pics or explain on how to tighten the belt up, post them on here!
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Default Re: How to adjust the timing belt? (xafafax)

loosen the tensioner, then turn the crank by hand a few teeth then re-tighten the tensioner

or you can to the coat hanger way

bend a coat hanger and loop it into the hole for the spring on the tensioner, and have a friend pull up on it as hard as he can while you turn the crank a few times, then tell him to hold it steady (because he will bitch that his fingers are hurting) and tighten the tensioner down

there should be no more than and inch of deflection total (or half and inch each way) on the intake and ehxaust side
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lol my bad i had a friend post this for me but i did forget to mention that it is a B18A1 Click the image to open in full size.
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lol my bad i had a friend post this for me but i did forget to mention that it is a B18A1 Click the image to open in full size.
Oh a B18A1? Well that's totally different. In that case you should do this:

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loosen the tensioner, then turn the crank by hand a few teeth then re-tighten the tensioner

or you can to the coat hanger way

bend a coat hanger and loop it into the hole for the spring on the tensioner, and have a friend pull up on it as hard as he can while you turn the crank a few times, then tell him to hold it steady (because he will bitch that his fingers are hurting) and tighten the tensioner down

there should be no more than and inch of deflection total (or half and inch each way) on the intake and ehxaust side
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dick, hey for all you guys new it koulda been a k-series
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Default Re: How to adjust the timing belt? (xafafax)

yea except the k series doesnt use a timing belt...
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dick, hey for all you guys new it koulda been a k-series
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yea except the k series doesnt use a timing belt...
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Click the image to open in full size. xafafax, You got suuurved!
just goes to show ya i know nothing about k motors lol B series rule FTW!!!! Click the image to open in full size.
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