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The New 1.8 Cam Install

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Old 04-29-2009, 05:18 PM
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Fail. Go look at page 3.
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is there any way of telling the difference between 1.8l cam and 2.0l cam?
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im interested in putting a 1.8 cam assy to my 1.6 beta1? is it possible? thanks
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Old 09-19-2017, 02:42 AM
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The timing chain sprockets are both off one tooth which in this case two wrongs make a right. You guys spent half a day talking about them sprockets and worrying about nothing. And just for future reference there's 26 teeth on the Chain gears. 360 / 26 is around 14 degrees. But that's camshaft degrees you double it for the crankshaft degrees. So if you're one timing chain tooth off you're about 28 degrees Advanced or retarded, on just the intake cam.
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I've read in various posts that the 1.8 cams have bigger lift and other posts say they have different valve timing but the same lift and duration. Between a micrometer and a dial indicator and a camshaft degree wheel you be able to figure it out. Be able to figure out the difference between a 1.8 and a 2.0 intake cam I mean.
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I have pressed off the cam sprockets and compared them between the hydraulic lifter beta-1 and the solid lifter beta-2 and the camshaft diameters and the inner diameter of the sprockets are the same and the keyway placement and the marks tooth are the same. So the sprockets are the same between the beta 1 and the beta 2.
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Tightening everything way too tight dude you're broke your valve cover bolts you broke your cam cap bolts and you broke your timing belt all because you tightened them too tight
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