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eph 04-10-2012 10:30 PM

cam torq specs AND sequence??? (98 metro 3 cyl )
 
hey guys got the head rebuilt did the rings and know i am at the dreaded cam!, i have no idea how im suposed to tork those crazy long sproket bolts and cant find the sequence for the cam. if any one could help me would be great thanks:confused:

sproket bolts and bearing bolts and tork sequence on a 98 metro 3 cyl 5 speed sorry been working on it all day and havent eaten anything cant think strait

Frank Lee 04-10-2012 11:11 PM

I'd wager your library has repair books just like mine does.

2000mc 04-10-2012 11:15 PM

Maybe he's looking for random info frank... I didn't even get a make on the car

Frank Lee 04-10-2012 11:18 PM

Yeah- nothing I even own or have ever worked on needs "tork" on any crazy long bolts and as far as cam sequencing, the cam grinder pretty much took care of that.

eph 04-11-2012 12:13 AM

oh sorry LOL, 98 metro 3 cylinder 5 speed WOW quick replies awsome guys

eph 04-11-2012 03:34 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Frank Lee (Post 299635)
I'd wager your library has repair books just like mine does.

my town is 1200 people strong you can imagime the size of library and NO they do not have any info for a metro, ive also googled metro cam, torque specs,sequences etc etc and nothing, the second town with closest library is 120 kms away and SINCE i got the cam off cant realy get there now can i?

any ways hopefully knows thread or has the info they could posy for me thanks

cleanspeed1 04-11-2012 04:37 PM

Go over to teamswift.com., that's where all the Geo/Suzuki enthusiasts are at and they can help you with whatever you need.

http://www.teamswift.net/3tech/

3Tech specializes in the Metro motor.

eph 04-11-2012 07:06 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by cleanspeed1 (Post 299831)
Go over to teamswift.com., that's where all the Geo/Suzuki enthusiasts are at and they can help you with whatever you need.

3 Tech Performance

3Tech specializes in the Metro motor.

thank you sir! i will check it out today, i called a machine shop for help and they basicaly wanted to charge me for the info lol, i managed to get the torque specs from him (96 incn pounds so 8 foot pounds on bearing caps). since the pounds are so low i dont thin:thumbup:k ill bother with the torques sequence

cleanspeed1 04-11-2012 07:13 PM

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Originally Posted by eph (Post 299854)
thank you sir! i will check it out today, i called a machine shop for help and they basicaly wanted to charge me for the info lol, i managed to get the torque specs from him (96 incn pounds so 8 foot pounds on bearing caps). since the pounds are so low i dont thin:thumbup:k ill bother with the torques sequence

There's a reason to do it the right way, so follow the procedure from the factory. You miss a step on a lightweight engine like that and you'll be doing the job again.

Don't half *** it, go it right.:thumbup:


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