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Timing on a 88 toyota supra turbo

How do you know which hole the dowels go in and the cam drives. Also how do you know how to position the can position sensor

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    how do you put the cam timing so the car will get spark?

  • Anonymous Mar 17, 2014

    i have a 88 supra turbo 60 mph am ok but70 and up i overheat y is that please help me

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Email me at 08TurboScion@comcast.net I will send you the engine schematic for the 2JAZE motor

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