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    Junior Member Mark Hershey's Avatar
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    Fitting a toothed timing wheel to a stock engine?

    Any of you EFI guys use a timing wheel (36-1 or otherwise) on a stock PRV engine, using either the stock crankshaft pully or something custom ( machined custom pulley, for example)?
    Looking for a source for a pully+wheel, or thoughts on fitting an off-shelf wheel to the existing pulley. Thanks!
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    EFI'd dn010's Avatar
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    I'm using a 36-1 wheel bolted to the back of a B280F pulley with the last groove (closest to the timing cover) cut off. It may be possible to weld one onto a stock pulley, but I opted to only bolt it on so that I'd have adjustability. The wheel I got was from DIY Auto Tune. I'm sure you can also cut teeth into the last groove of the stock pulley without having any adverse effects on the belt.
    Last edited by dn010; 10-26-2015 at 09:44 AM.
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    Senior Member Josh's Avatar
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    on a 3.0 but would work the same with 2.8 v belt setup.


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