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Old 09-18-2017, 09:54 PM
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Re: Frankensteins Official Thread

Alright guys, car is finally put together and running strong. Had to do the timing belt 4 times to take out the slack and change out all the seals on the timing side. The front main seal was chewed up and leaking really bad. Now I am happy to report the car is leak free and pulls way harder than the old single cam. The power band is super linear, due to lack of vtec I suppose. Im still surprised how nimble the car is without any variable valve timing.
Anyways I have to re wire the o2 sensor and mess with the idle air control valve but other than that the idle is stable and the car runs great.

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Re: Frankensteins Official Thread

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Alright guys, car is finally put together and running strong. Had to do the timing belt 4 times to take out the slack and change out all the seals on the timing side. The front main seal was chewed up and leaking really bad. Now I am happy to report the car is leak free and pulls way harder than the old single cam. The power band is super linear, due to lack of vtec I suppose. Im still surprised how nimble the car is without any variable valve timing.
Anyways I have to re wire the o2 sensor and mess with the idle air control valve but other than that the idle is stable and the car runs great.

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