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    Established Member Two Rings diggy79's Avatar
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    2.7T motor timing

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    Hey guys.

    I'm posting is this section because the question is specific to the 2.7t. I has recently swapped a 2.7 into a B6 S4 and is up and running. I managed to source a second engine for cheap and started to tear it done in preparation for a future build.

    I got all accessories off the motor, and rotated into time for timing belt bar and crank pin. All looked good. Timing bar slid right on.

    Removed value covers to inspect and replace gaskets. Look like they stretched those oil changes.
    Anyways in looking at the timing of the cams I noticed all cams arrow markers where in the slot but one. I'm looking for feedback as I have not tore too deep into these motors. But assumed that is slightly out of time. ? This was pulled from a running car.

    The first 3 pictures are from cams that look in time the last 2 are the same "out of time" ?

    I was thinking of taking the heads off anyway. But if that cam is out of time it would solidify the decision

    Any help would be great cheers 20180908_135642.jpeg20180908_135623.jpeg20180908_135619.jpeg20180908_135710.jpeg20180908_135540.jpeg20180908_135604.jpeg

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    Veteran Member Four Rings vavJETTAw36's Avatar
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    Looks like the tensioner didnít pull up the slack. You might have a bad pad or tensioner. Did you spin the motor around a few times?


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    Veteran Member Four Rings CELison's Avatar
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    Without oil pressure, they won't line up perfectly turning the motor by hand. If it was a tooth off, you would almost certainly get an implausible signal code. Best way to be sure is to count links. There should be 16 pins, sprocket to sprocket.
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    Veteran Member Four Rings vavJETTAw36's Avatar
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    This is how you count the rollers


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    Veteran Member Four Rings zillarob's Avatar
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    If it was fine before, put the cover back on and quit provoking them.
    This is an area of major fkery that you dont need or want in your life.
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