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1Timing chain Empty Timing chain on 29th September 2013, 7:16 pm

scottyboy


Alright folks I've never done a timing chain before loads of belts but no chains is there a how to on the fourm?

Is it a case off lineing up all the marks and tensioner off or is there a special link like a bike chain to split the chain?

And can the inlet manifold come off in a Omer or do you need to split it into sections for removel ? Cheers Scott

2Timing chain Empty Re: Timing chain on 29th September 2013, 10:19 pm

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inlet will come off in one piece

timing chains a doddle if doing rebuild as there are 3 bright links which correspond to indent marks on both cam sprockets and crankshaft end sprocket.
facelink sits directly over the indent marks so you cant go wrong really

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3Timing chain Empty Re: Timing chain on 2nd November 2015, 10:59 am

Cosmic73

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I'm after a timing chain kit and came across this in fleabay,
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/RNN14-Pulsar-GTiR-SR20DET-4WD-Turbo-Timing-Chain-Kit-c-w-New-Hydraulic-Tensioner-/111688736798?hash=item1a012ae01e:g:Tm8AAOSw1vlUyRyE
Are they any good or can i get these from the Nissan dealer?
santa

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