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Changing timing belt

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You need a Cam Lock tool set for this otherwise you are going to be having a very difficult time with that Variable Exhaust Timing. Amazon sells the kits for about $100+ Shipping but I also advise getting the Timing Pulley Block from IPD to hold the pulleys in place while installing the belt. Do not forget to change your Cam seals at the same time. It is also a good time to reseal the Cam Cover if it is leaking.

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