Engine Tech Video: How To Properly Degree In Your Camshaft – Take Your Time And Follow This Process For Success


Engine Tech Video: How To Properly Degree In Your Camshaft – Take Your Time And Follow This Process For Success

Perhaps you have been used to needing to get jobs done in a rush. Time has been of the essence in your wrenching life because you’re thrashing after work, between your kid’s games, or in any nook of time you can find over the course of a week. Well, that’s likely changed for you and now’s the time you can take your process and ability onto the next level. You don’t just have the jab the cam in your engine straight up anymore because you can take the time it requires to degree in your camshaft properly for maximum power and results from your engine.

The Horsepower Monster channel just kicked out a killer video that takes you slowly and deliberately through the process of using a degree wheel to get your camshaft perfectly timed to where you want it and we think it is a good watch whether you have done the job 100 times or are contemplating doing it for the first time.

This is not one of those rocket scientist procedures that requires an engineering degree or a mastery of engine building to get right. It’s time, the proper equipment, and just sitting down to do it. We know you’re capable out there Banghifters. Check this video out.

Press play below to watch this great video on how to degree your camshaft –


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One thought on “Engine Tech Video: How To Properly Degree In Your Camshaft – Take Your Time And Follow This Process For Success

  1. bob

    I always used the int and exh open and close numbers to degree a cam. After finding TDC I would check every cylinder to see if int and exh were opening and closing were they are supposed to. Oddly enough, very few cams, at least when I was doing this, many years ago, opened and closed where they were supposed to. I would venture to say few people ever check timing events. Try it, you will be shocked.

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