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Old 07-15-2015, 11:58 AM
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Top dead center...

Ok so I have a 113 ultima engine I need to adjust the rods. Couple questions:

1) there is a TDC mark in the timing hole for front cylinder... If I line the TDC up in the hole is that ok to then adjust or is it strictly a timing thing??? Just makes it easy to find TDC for a somewhat new mech.


2). Also I got my rods switched and can't remember .... Is the longer rod intake rod or exhaust rod???


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Old 07-15-2015, 12:56 PM
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Ok so I have a 113 ultima engine I need to adjust the rods. Couple questions:

1) there is a TDC mark in the timing hole for front cylinder... If I line the TDC up in the hole is that ok to then adjust or is it strictly a timing thing??? Just makes it easy to find TDC for a somewhat new mech.


2). Also I got my rods switched and can't remember .... Is the longer rod intake rod or exhaust rod???


Thanks everyone.
Tdc..?.?.
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Old 07-15-2015, 06:56 PM
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Top Dead Center = TDC

I like to do my pushrod adjustments on the back side of the cam lobe Intake when Exhaust Starts to open

Exhaust when the intake starts to close.

The Shorter pushrods are in the center which is the intake sides

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It was a link, John ...the same question year ago...

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He has asked this question last year...
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I didnt catch that sorry......
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I didnt catch that sorry......
Not to worry, I just had a flashback( or déjà vu ) recalling the discussion.
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