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Old 10-27-2003, 12:38 PM   #1
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Default Timing belt installation for a PE belt?

I need to know the number of teeth to count off to mark this belt correctly and then fit it. Anyone have that info handy? The PE belt comes unmarked.
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Old 10-27-2003, 12:51 PM   #2
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I need to know the number of teeth to count off to mark this belt correctly and then fit it. Anyone have that info handy? The PE belt comes unmarked.
I got the CD now... I can look this up for you. Its at home I think...

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Old 10-27-2003, 12:59 PM   #3
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Hope this is what you're looking for:

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Old 10-27-2003, 02:54 PM   #4
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clark, I just got my CD too, but it just tells you to line up the marks.

cnk, I believe that is what I needed. I'll save teh pic and study it a bit later on today.

Thanx all. If anyone has additional comments please feel free to post away.

PE rates this belt good for 200,000KM and 10years on stock motor. 100,000KM and a few less years on highly modified ones. Plus it is cheaper than a new one at the dealer and does not stretch out over time.
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Old 10-27-2003, 03:37 PM   #5
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Ok, so when marking the distance of #2 I am assuming I am to count the 51 teeth and then make my hash mark. Kind of like in this picture.

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If you count 51 flats, or 51 toothlengths, then you'll get where they want it.

I'm not sure if they count the start location as 1 or 0, though. I would assume 0, but you know how crazy these Japanese technical writers have gotten in these manuals.
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That's how I would interpret it. If you have access to the service manuals, I pulled the pic from the DOHC Engine section, page ME(DOHC Turbo)-049.

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No, you just marked the 50th tooth.

I'm not sure if they count the start location as 1 or 0, though. I would assume 0, but you know how crazy these Japanese technical writers have gotten in these manuals.
My interpretation, is that he marked the tooth location in his pic correctly, but he has to put the hash mark in the valley between the 51st and 52nd teeth on the belt as indicated in the pic. This is because you're starting between teeth from point Z1.

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thanx againk, the belt is marked and ready to go. Now I just wish I had my passenger side timing belt cover handy to bolt on Off to phx tomorrow to drop off the motor for custom up pipe work and a little down pipe work. This turbo is HUGE to say the least.
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Edited my post above.

Guess I should learn my lesson from re-editing replies in very active threads.
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