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post #41 of 50 (permalink) Old 11-21-2012, 09:32 PM Thread Starter
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I have the galaxy nexus. Brilliant phone better than the s2 but not as good as the s3. I know things are different in the UK. LTE has only just arrived. I would Gp with the s3
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I should be done tomorrow morning. Will do the write up next week. I will explain what I did, but not go all into everything about cam and valve overlap, and theory, just what is necessary.
I set my degree wheel up, pointers, found TDC using positive stop method, verified cam timing and lobe centers on stock setup 113 and 109,checked valve clearances since I last did it about 3.5 track days ago when I got head back from APE and did a bench clearance with full radius valve job and considerable seat material was cut away. Surprisingly, since I broke that motor in on the track in expert group hard, only one valve needed adjusting (. 08 and clearance range is. 1-.2, so I set to. 13). Reassemble with cams with adapters, timed with marks, and went from 91 to 94 to 101.5 LC in two steps, quite for night.

[QUOTE=senator8]Haha! You're more than 1%. My bike ran perfectly all year. All I did was oil changes and thumbed the starter. While my competitors had bikes and carbs in pieces at the track I was enjoying a coffee and saying "thanks Chris"
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I have the galaxy nexus. Brilliant phone better than the s2 but not as good as the s3. I know things are different in the UK. LTE has only just arrived. I would Gp with the s3
Any recommendations on network Mark?

And I used to work in a mobile phone shop
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I'm with o2 apart from reported isuues I have had no problem with them. Even insurance claims dealt with next working day. Anyone looking to get 4g on the UK should wait till next year as the big players will be releasing proper 4g not the lte that EE brought out.
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chris are you recording all this for us??
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Yeah, I will do the thread, that was an update
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Intake cam done....... Now recheck a few things, put some new gaskets on motor, some cleaning, re torque, do write up
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Re: "How to" on degreeing cams, should I?

OK, going to eat breakfast, recheck valve clearances since these are different cams, check ptv clearance, tighten things up, do write up, and pack up for another week on the road (might look at the fcr's that just rolled in).
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