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Can I have a little help from BT/K04 & VVT crew please

Discussion in 'A3/S3 Forum (8L Chassis)' started by Broken Byzan, Sep 15, 2013.

  1. Broken Byzan

    Broken Byzan Photographic Moderator
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    I am having a few flow issues that may be down to this correction on the Cat cams in block 93. I wonder if any of you have cams and VVT could plug VCDS in and have a peak for me and post what cams, and correction in here please.

    In fact any K04 originally car's figures would be a help.

    many thanks:salute:
     
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    Am I right in not thinking that block 090 is for 1.8t bank 1 and v6 2.7t bank one...093 is for v6 2.7t bank 2 is read? There fore 090 is right and 093 is a false as you don't have a second bank?
     
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    My bad, 092 is bank 2

    im guessing youre thinking that although the inlet cam is lined up correctly and is as it should according to manufacture and 16 sprogetts it is actually out/ not correct? And thus needs to be 15 or 17 to be right? Might explain a few things!
     
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    Yeah, It would appear although its 16 Teeth as it should be, that the adjustable sprokets need to be utilised to pull the inlet cam into to time. but i need data to compare with and to go back to CAT with.

    potentially this could answer a few questions
     

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