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Posted: Sat Nov 29, 2008 6:59 pm 
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Hi guys i took my crow cam out of my old motor and put it in my new one just need a bit of help dialing it in. I have looked at the topics on here and I have brought a dialer the only thing i am stuck with is the specs on the cam. I have download the spec list but can anyone tell me what the dialer should read at TDC or shed a bit more light on it for me. Thanks

 

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Posted: Sun Nov 30, 2008 8:42 pm 
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Posted: Sun Nov 30, 2008 8:53 pm 
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hi
i have got the same cam
this is what it should be at.. Inlet lobe lift at TDC on the over lap:.052 ..
but i havnt got a dial guage to dial mine in ive just played with it and drivin it then adjusted it a bit and mine cam gear is currently set at 1 increment retarded..

sorry if that dont help much..
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Posted: Sun Nov 30, 2008 10:38 pm 
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Yeah man heaps of help I am not sure what i did with mine my car was running but it had no go so i adjusted the cam timing an now i cant start it. I have adjusted it fowards and backwards put it back where it was nothing. It wants to go but just wont start. :?

 

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Posted: Sun Nov 30, 2008 10:40 pm 
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and aslo can anyone tell me how to measure that at what point do i start at 0.Thanks

 

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Posted: Fri Dec 05, 2008 10:07 pm 
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Gday sloxr6,

I have a full race cam for mine el from crow don't think they sell it no more :(. I'm not sure wat exactly your came should b set too but mine was set to 0 degrees. You measure off the top of the inlet rocker (number 1 i think). When it hits top at tdc u want it to be 0 degrees on your balancer, adjust the cam gear acordingly.
I had issues to start it as well and my timing i had to run it at about 35 degrees advance. Ran sweet as a p***y cat. The cam was rated to kick in at 3200 rpm i think and it was dead on the money, and came on real strong.
Also every time u alter the cam gear u should check your timing.
Hope u get it going and hope this helps.

 

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Gday sloxr6,

I have a full race cam for mine el from crow don't think they sell it no more :(. I'm not sure wat exactly your came should b set too but mine was set to 0 degrees. You measure off the top of the inlet rocker (number 1 i think). When it hits top at tdc u want it to be 0 degrees on your balancer, adjust the cam gear acordingly.
I had issues to start it as well and my timing i had to run it at about 35 degrees advance. Ran sweet as a p***y cat. The cam was rated to kick in at 3200 rpm i think and it was dead on the money, and came on real strong.
Also every time u alter the cam gear u should check your timing.
Hope u get it going and hope this helps.


35 or 3.5 advance? If 35 how? The vernier gears only go to 10 degrees. Or have you skipped some teeth?

 

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i think he means ignition timing???
after fitting the crow cam.. my ignition timing it currently set at about 13 deg btc..(ed with dizzy) but is suposed to be 2 deg btdc (el ecu). but runs its best at about 13 deg...
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 Post subject: Re: Crow Cam 2519 Help
Posted: Sun Dec 07, 2008 4:35 pm 
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Sloxr6 wrote:
Hi guys i took my crow cam out of my old motor and put it in my new one just need a bit of help dialing it in. I have looked at the topics on here and I have brought a dialer the only thing i am stuck with is the specs on the cam. I have download the spec list but can anyone tell me what the dialer should read at TDC or shed a bit more light on it for me. Thanks



your intake valve should be 10thou open with zero lash at 20BTDC

 

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