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    Should a 4tec timing chain be this loose when installed with tensioner?



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    Definitely NOT! do you have the guides in?

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    Yes, guides are in. Motor built by sbt

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    Quote Originally Posted by richte18 View Post
    Yes, guides are in. Motor built by sbt
    The guides aren't touching the chain... is it even on the sprockets top and bottom? Perhaps the chain has an extra link? Compare it to the old one if there is enough left of the old one...

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