How To: MMR Billet Oil Pump Gear's Install. **A FEW PICS**

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Does anyone replace the bolts when performing this job? I didn’t know if any were “torque to yield” which require replacement from my understanding.

Also need to find a new torque wrench or angle tool as a number of these fasteners torque to a defined angle as well.

Trying to make sure I purchase all the required pieces over the next few weeks before starting this job in mid June.
 

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Does anyone replace the bolts when performing this job? I didn’t know if any were “torque to yield” which require replacement from my understanding.

Also need to find a new torque wrench or angle tool as a number of these fasteners torque to a defined angle as well.

Trying to make sure I purchase all the required pieces over the next few weeks before starting this job in mid June.
The only TTY bolt is the crank bolt. As for angle tool I don’t think you need to be that precise, I damn sure wasn’t and no issues here
 

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The only TTY bolt is the crank bolt. As for angle tool I don’t think you need to be that precise, I damn sure wasn’t and no issues here

Thanks...was planning on a new crank bolt as a must have. Otherwise, using a torque to the spec’ed value and then eyeball the approx angle.

Just a bit paranoid in doing it right the first time...don’t want to break anything or have to tear it apart a second time.
 

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Triple check timing mark on chain at crank sprocket. Take straight on pics and video with your phone by getting your head in there for a look isn’t easy
 

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Thanks...was planning on a new crank bolt as a must have. Otherwise, using a torque to the spec’ed value and then eyeball the approx angle.

Just a bit paranoid in doing it right the first time...don’t want to break anything or have to tear it apart a second time.
60° = one flat on hex head, 45° & 90° are easier to eyeball
 

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Triple check timing mark on chain at crank sprocket. Take straight on pics and video with your phone by getting your head in there for a look isn’t easy

Yep...this is what I wanted to see when putting back together.
 

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I rotated the crank 4 times but now the blue links are no longer on the timing marks and each two rotations it looks like they get 1 further away, is that normal?
 

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