The sprocket is located by the bushing. The bolts lock it in position. No problems.Does it stays in place well (the sprocket)? I mean - no offsets for cam bolt holes and std diameter bolts..
http://www.opelgt.com/forums/6a-engine-mechanical/26749-source-cam-vernier-sprocket.html#post241613Where can I get these bushings?
I looked on Ebay and found nothing. What are they actually called?
This means,no disassembling,no eccenter change? Awesome! But that one way tension-maybe the Chevy sprocket plate could be useful.
It serves two purposes: it spreads the pressure from the three fasteners over a larger area so the frictional area is alot greater, and it also supports the eccentric dowel and keeps it from falling out.In 1st picture,that is like a plate in which eccenter thightly goes in?
Hi wrench, yeah I also like a few degrees advanced timing..Steven
How many degrees can you advance the cam?
Here in the states we slice the head down..so very little retard is needed.
I bet RallyBob has got a drill press:haha:and could be talked into making you one to use the offset small block Chevrolet degree bushings. I also bet that that route will be a WHOLE less expensive than buying a Vernier sproket:yup: Unless you are racing your car and doing a LOT of cam timing changes the modified stock sproket will do just fine.Ok, I have done a ton of reading, to modify a stock cam gear will work very nicely, but I don't have a drill press ( Bang head) Has anyone found a source for the Kent Vernier cam sprocket in the US and a $$$ amount. I purchased P.J.'s 2.0 head, that was crossed milled and need to do 4.5 * of adjustment. If someone has a cam sprocket already drilled out, please pm me. Thanks Brad
Has anyone found a source for the Kent Vernier cam sprocket in the US and a $$$ amount.