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    Black alternator looks great!


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    I have more and more free time ....
    I decided to do some outstanding work ...

    1.Alternator color change

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    The valve covers still look good. I've done the same and had about the same effect. Still better than before and nobody actually knows.

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    Hi everyone.
    I'd like to share with you my first ever NSX timing belt replacement some excitement, some uncertainty

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ID:	13900 I based all my work on Manuals and Kaaz Bloogs
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    Very nice.

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    I experienced some unpleasant moments when Pinch did not enter the hole (I remembered that Kaaz wrote to rely on the marks on the wheel and treat Pinch as reference points - indicators)

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ID:	13902by the way maybe someone will tell me why this wheel is heavier than others?

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ID:	13905 and turning...turning...turning

    hm .. now belt tension
    I was planning to buy an ultrasonic device. But again I referred to Kaaz's instructions. Following the Manuals gives the impression of a loose belt. Thanks again Kaaz.
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    Valve clearance
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    I have to confess to you ...
    Reading the Kaaz Bloog: Kaaza often said that "marthon - valve clearance" lasted 4 hours. I thought a slight exaggeration. (Sorry Kaaz) But I started today at 1P.M. and I left before 9 P.M....
    Exhalation valves caused me the biggest trouble.
    I bought leafs in dimensions 0.15 0.18 0.20.
    I chose this strategy.
    For inlet valves
    0.15 were supposed to slide in quite lightly
    0.18 could not
    For exhaust valves
    0.18 were supposed to slide lightly
    0.20 could not


    Some changed after tightening with a torque wrench. But I eliminated this problem by tightening a little harder after adjustment. (And later with a torque wrench)

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ID:	13914 unfortunately I did not check the compression before adjustment as recommended by Kaaz (because I bought the engine as a spare) but I will do it after mounting it maybe this year


    At Goldi's suggestion, I didn't paint the wrinkle spray valve cover

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    Quote Originally Posted by ozon02 View Post
    Valve clearance
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    Some changed after tightening with a torque wrench. But I eliminated this problem by tightening a little harder after adjustment. (And later with a torque wrench)
    Sounds like sysphean work and yes the valves are prone for this.
    I never retorque the nuts after adjusting as you've seen that the clearance CAN change. With the correct clearance I torque the nut by hand to the amount I think is about what it needs WHILE HOLDING the screw in place with a slight force in the opposite direction (counterclockwise) of the nut, so the screw doesn't move with the nut. Check the clearance and repeat until it's right. 20 Nm is a little bit high for this nut I think. I'm at around 15-18 Nm I think. In the last step I check all the nuts if they have more than 15 Nm. Saves you plenty of time, esp. if the engine is in the car.
    And always remember: loud valves are happy valves.

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    I am grateful for your Tipps Goldi. As always, you can count on you. Unfortunately I don't know what "sysphean work" is. I didn't know this: loud valves are happy valves.
    I have one more technical problem to solve. I got from the "uncle from America" KW suspensions lift system dedicated to Mercedes SLS black series. I will send e-mail correspondence with KW engineer. I want to mount the Tein Circuit Master Type RA


    1.Hier ist teil :full set (Hardware)



    2.Feder innen messung 70 mm (Lange 200mm)



    3.Zylinder HLS



    4.Adapter 650 00 529 im diesen Platz gibt es auch Adapter 65030673.?
    Frage von mir mit welche Gewinde ist Adapter 650 00 529 gefertig?


    Nach dem unsere Besprechung habt ich gepruft :



    Meine Federn sind konisch :unten 70mm gleich wie bei neue -sollte passieren



    Ausser Rohre durchmesser auf Gewinde gemessen ist 53mm


    wird funktionieren?



    MfG
    Mario

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    Hallo,

    der Gewindering 65000529 ist M55x1,5 und somit passt der nicht auf Ihr Fahrwerk.

    Der Adapter 65030673 benötigen Sie vermutlich nicht da Ihre Feder auch 70mm Innendurchmesser hat. Die Feder HELPER SPRING Ø70-L80

    Mit freundlichen Grüßen / Best regards

    Nico Welz
    KW automotive GmbH
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    Hallo,
    ich habt Gepruft es ist leider M53x2









    Gesamte hubhoch vom Zylinder ist bei mir 105mm - gumi sicherungs ring 35mm - 50 mm HLS = 25 mm frei hub ist doch genug fur Stosdampfer arbeit?

    Wichtige fur mich was sollte sein nominal hubhohe vom Zylinder ? ang.Important for me what should be the nominal stroke height of the cylinder?

    KW answer:Ein Stoßdämpfer benötigt einen Hub von mindestens 55mm. Ihr Dämpfer hat zu wenig Aushub und würde bei HLS oben kaputt gehen.
    ang.
    A shock absorber needs a stroke of at least 55mm. Your damper has too little excavation and would break at HLS above.

    Mario :

    Hallo,
    mit welche KW Stossdampfer wird diese Probleme losen ?

    kennen Sie mir Erklaren

    ich sehe eine Unbeständigkeit :ich habe auch Ferrari Italia - meine nexte "corona wiruse"Projekt

    Sie empholen set 192 42 608 fur OEM Stossdampfer .Ich habt gemessen und Stossdampfer Zylinder weg ist 100mm - 35 gumi sicherungs stopfen ( 5 mm weniger wie oben bei Honda) - bei diese Situation funktionieren ? Warum?

    Ich rechne dass Sie als erfhrene Ingenieur kennen mir helfen .

    KW answer :
    beim Ferrari 458 ist der Aushub am Rad mit Federwegsbegrenzer 110mm. In der tiefsten Einstellung und mit angehobenem Zylinder haben wir noch 70mm negativen Ausfederweg.
    Der Ausfederweg wird immer am Rad gemessen und nicht am Dämpfer. Durch eine Übersetzung der Achse kann am Rad der Aushub viel großer sein wie am Dämpfer.

    Bitte am Rad messen wenn das Fahrzeug eigefedert ist und einmal wenn es komplett angehoben ist. Somit ermittelt man den Ausfederweg.

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    Sisyphus is a person of the greek mythology. The myth goes like this: he rolled a heavy round stone up a hill. But whenever he was about on the top of the hill the stone rolls back and he has to roll it up again but never finishes to do so. In short: a neverending story.

    Not clear about your suspension work you intend to do.

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