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Old 03-30-2013, 06:24 AM   #121
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Emilio, any idea of when the next batch will come in? Trying to finish up my bottom end build at Saddleback and looking to pick one up as soon as you get them in!

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Emilio, any idea of when the next batch will come in? Trying to finish up my bottom end build at Saddleback and looking to pick one up as soon as you get them in!

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April 12. Most of this batch is already sold.
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Old 03-30-2013, 08:16 AM   #123
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Damper is in with the 36-1 trigger wheel. Adaptronic reads it perfectly

I was kind a surprised how easy it was to get it in. I donít know why 949 sell that crank holder tool

Another thing that amazes me is how quick car starts now. It probably has more to do with Adaptronic than trigger wheel resolution..
Looks good!

Did you buy the wheel as a 36-1 or did you have to modify it?

If you had to remove a tooth, was it hard to do?
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Hi there,

Do you think it will fit on a BPD engine ?

I'll be interested !

Cheers !
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Do you think it will fit on a BPD engine ?

I'll be interested !

Cheers !
Wikipedia say the BPD has a larger crank nose than the BP. That may or maynot be accurate so unless someone here is from japan and knows more about that engine you might just have to measure it yourself.
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Hi there,

Well it's reminding me that corksport already told me that about the BPD, on the BPT it will fit but not on the BPD.

Damn :-( because this pulley seems to be very nice !
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I jumped on this batch and bought one so fast.. Don't want to be stuck with my factory one forever. :P
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Damper is in with the 36-1 trigger wheel. Adaptronic reads it perfectly

I was kind a surprised how easy it was to get it in. I donít know why 949 sell that crank holder tool

Another thing that amazes me is how quick car starts now. It probably has more to do with Adaptronic than trigger wheel resolution..
You have a Universal Select ECU and not a Plug-In Select ECU, is that correct?
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You have a Universal Select ECU and not a Plug-In Select ECU, is that correct?
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I have an old E420c ECU
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Torque specs for the timing wheel bolts? Do I use thread locker on them?
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Torque specs for the timing wheel bolts? Do I use thread locker on them?
No spec. Just snug. I'd do 50-80 in/lbs. Loctite 243 (blue)
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Gotcha, thanks.
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Damper is in with the 36-1 trigger wheel. Adaptronic reads it perfectly.
May I see your Trigger Settings Window?
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So quick question here. How have all of you been installing these?

I will buy/rent what I need too if absolutely needed but if it makes a difference I have the motor out and a flywheel look to keep the crank from rotating.

My pulley definitely doesn't slide on. I think I have a burr that needs to be filed down.

What is the difference in use between the 40 dollar holder tool and the 200 dollar rental tool?

Is it a bad idea to use the crank bolt to pull the pulley on?

Thanks guys. Sorry if I am being dense(don't let my wife read that) I just feel I am lacking some key information here.
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My pulley definitely doesn't slide on. I think I have a burr that needs to be filed down.

What is the difference in use between the 40 dollar holder tool and the 200 dollar rental tool?

Is it a bad idea to use the crank bolt to pull the pulley on?

Thanks guys. Sorry if I am being dense(don't let my wife read that) I just feel I am lacking some key information here.
They don't slide completely on. The $40 tool holds it in place so you can use the crank bolt to install it. The $200 tool actually presses it into place before you use the crank bolt. I just use the $40 tool.
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They don't slide completely on. The $40 tool holds it in place so you can use the crank bolt to install it. The $200 tool actually presses it into place before you use the crank bolt. I just use the $40 tool.
That's the answer I was looking for. Thank you .

Last bit of clarification; I put the woodruff key in after the pulley is seated?
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Key goes in before you install the damper.
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Not sure how you'd get the woodruff key in there after you had installed the bolt.
true true , I was thinking seat the pulley, back the bolt out, insert key and then torque bolt.
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