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Old 06-05-2010, 06:03 PM   #21
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Ok so when torqueing the head. Do I need to have the "TIMING BELT CASE" on the block already, before installing head? As shown below...
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Ok so when torqueing the head. Do I need to have the "TIMING BELT CASE" on the block already, before installing head? As shown below...
If itís off already put it back on before fitting the head, but its advisable to fit No2 timing belt cover after youíve bolted the head down, the reason being " if you skim the head, the head will sit lower down and the bottom part of No 2 timing belt cover could foul the top of the ally timing belt case (as shown in your parts image)" If that makes sense. Never been an issue with me, but I suppose if you removed a large amount from the head and used a standard gasket the bottom part of No 2 timing case cover could need trimming down.
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Thanks BillUK, The motor is basically taken all apart, an I am assembleing it together. The timing belt case is off.

Your basically telling me:

Timing belt case to block,
Head to block,
Then Timing belt cover after head has been put on block
Correct?
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Yep ! Correct Josh
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Niice!! OK I gotcha.

Thanks a lot, my complete gasket kit will be in tomorrow. I will then put the gaskets that go to the timing belt case so I may put it on. Then Bolt head down.
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