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    Msx et S4 Timing chain

    Bonsoir,

    Je viens par le présent expliquer comment caler la distribution sur le Weber 750 sans les outils concessionnaire.

    1 Après avoir désossé le moteur et enlevés les carters , pompe à eau , alternateurs couvre culasse etc...

    2 Se servir d'une clé ou d'un cliquet + douille pour faire tourner le moteur mettre les repères poulies en face comme sur la notice ,moteur au PMH ,
    point mort haut ; remarquer l'alignement décrit en pdf ci-joint entre le trou sur la came et le palier haut et sortir les axes des appui de soupapes coté vilebrequin ,de l'autre côté se ne sera pas la peine car libéré l' abre à came sera libre hors pression des ressorts de soupapes et bougera à la main lorsque l'on aura desserré le tendeur de chaine.

    3 Lorsque le tendeur est désseré , mettre un morceau de fil électrique 1,5mm² dans les maillons de chaines afin d'éviter que celle-ci tombe d'un coup au fond du carter , faites sauter un maillon de chaines , n'importe le quel il n'y a pas de maillon d'attache spécifique .

    4 Ouvrez votre moteur faites vos modifications et regardez les schémas ci-joint pour le calage sa peut aider.

    Voilà j 'espère que cela pourra vous aider.

    A+

    Good evening,

    I come by this stalling explain how the distribution of the 750 without the tools Weber dealer.

    1 boneless After the engine and removed the covers, water pump, alternator cover bolt etc ...

    2 Use a wrench or ratchet + socket to rotate the motor to the pulley face as marks on the record, engine at TDC,
    noted the alignment described in the attached pdf from the hole on the cam and the high level and exit the axes of the valve side crankshaft support, on the other side will not be released because the trouble the abre cam will be free of outside pressure valve springs and candle when you will loose the chain tensioner.

    3 When the tension is loosen, put a piece of wire 1.5 mm ² in the chain links so that it falls at once to the bottom of pan, sauté a chain link, no matter the which there is no link to a specific home.

    4 Open your engine make your changes and see the diagrams attached to its timing can help.

    Here I hope that this may help.

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    i fully stripped and rebuild my weber engine with out any weber tools what so ever.

    i used "wire locking wire" wraped threw one of the chain links either side of the link i cut out. it help feed the chain where i wanted it. you really dont need the tools. nice that some one has made these diagrams. just a shame im english ans cant read that...

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    hello,
    Thank's , but TPS sensor are in the body of injection trhottle ;
    When i take few minutes i make a copy of diagram in english .

    Phil

  4. #4
    Ok,

    It make in english

    Have a good day

    phil

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