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|05-20-2018 07:55 PM|
Originally Posted by papajam View Post
|05-20-2018 10:53 AM|
Originally Posted by Gordon Raymond View Post
As Gordon said, someone scribed a 104 mark on the exhaust cam cap. Factory stock for 1976 was 114/114 (114/102 for California Alfettas (source - 1976 Engine Management manual)). Can you post a picture of the intake cap?
|05-20-2018 10:37 AM|
Originally Posted by hunttheshunt View Post
Setting these engines to 102-102 does wake them up.
|05-20-2018 09:35 AM|
Originally Posted by yvesmontreal View Post
|05-20-2018 08:41 AM|
|yvesmontreal||On a 1976 US spec 2000 the factory setting was 114-114. See this http://www.alfabb.com/bb/forums/engi...ing-marks.html|
|05-20-2018 08:21 AM|
Regardless of the stamping that mark likely isn`t in the correct position for 104 LC on the intake cap.
Of course I`m basing it on the Factory mark being 102.
If this head/cam cap came from a European 1750 or 2 liter with LC marks at 99.5 when fitted by the factory with 10548-01 cams then it might be correct, And with the 10548-01 cams, drivability / torque is enhanced by using 104/104 lobe centers.
Best to get (download from Centerlinealfa.com) a template and verify the markings.
FYI a 104 LC is just to the side of the 102 marks. Remember LCs are crank degrees so 2 degrees is 1 degree at the cam
|05-19-2018 07:25 PM|
|Gordon Raymond||Someone scribed a new line and stamped 104 for 104 degree lobe centers.|
|05-19-2018 06:23 PM|
Any ideas what this number means?
Adjusted valves today for the first time on my 1976 Alfetta GT. Saw this number stamped by the camshaft alignment marks. Can anyone shed some light on this?