don't forget that our cars have VCT (variable cam timing)
I should also point out that if you need 100% accuracy, the only way to be certain is to degree the crank and use a dial indicator on each of the cams to ensure they are on overlap at TDC. I'm not sure what you have up your sleeve, so I won't comment on your need for accuracy, BUT typically using the crank pin and cam plate as I mentioned above will be more than adequate.the reason i ask is because i need to know with 100% certainty my car is in correct time (factory specs,) for my upcoming install.
Your link didn't address his SVT-specific question.has anyone bothered clicking on my link ?
the intake cam gear is spring loaded and will sit in the only position it can without force. those instructions apply to the svt also. just leave the gear where it sits and follow the instructions. it's very simple to understand.Your link didn't address his SVT-specific question.has anyone bothered clicking on my link ?