Originally Posted by Omiotek
If your using a 2.0 crank, cams and everything else use the 2.0 lnf timing guide.the only thing you technically changed in the rotating assembly is the bore size. Use lnf guides, actuators, timing chain, crank sprocket etc etc. Time the balance shaft chain first and follow with the timing chain
Are you having firing issues where the engine wont fire or are you just trying to get the timing right. I guess thats what i was saying to explain better.
Did you build the motor from the ground up with parts from jeff or did jeff build it all.
Ok, That's what I figured and the same thing I thought. The only thing that's changing is the bore size of the block. It's not not in the car yet, it's still not fully assembled just hanging out in my room. Ummmm a long story short, I built it ground up with parts from Jeff. Thank you for the help though, I'll go at it again when I'm home from work!