i had always wanted to take a part an overhead cam engine, this was my chance. i no longer want to have anything to do with overhead cam engines; especially dual-cam motors.
the trick to these is, and honestly working on it isn't that bad, you need to fallow the directions to the letter. the only real pain was getting the cylinder over the pistons.
-so here i am thinking that i've got the fucker back together in record timeand then i discover why. what's this? part of the lower cam tensioner. this piece gets installed from into the southern end of the block.
minor breakdown of mental stability...