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Posted: Mon Dec 05, 2005 6:51 pm 
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with the idler pins/shafts on a windsor, should they have a clearance between the timing cover, I would assume they should but not too much,
the reason I ask as am fitting one to my xr8 but got the early windsor model as I was told they were no different by the supplier, well they are! the shafts seem about 1/2'' longer ,and I have access to machines to shorten them, just a little unsure about the length to make them?
any help would be gr8, cheers kenny

 

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Posted: Tue Dec 06, 2005 11:14 am 
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When I got my first E303 cam it came with two pins, I think I used the shorter pin???
But there IS different size depending on block...Doesn't this pin fit under washer that holds cam sprocket there ??
Edit I see you are using gear drive...

 

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