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Eagledriver Eagledriver is offline
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It looks to me like you are turning the crank backwards. I wouldn't be suprised to see this if there is no oil pressure on the tensioner and the crank is turned backwards. No harm should be done as long as you haven't jammed any valves into pistons. Assuming you haven't hit a stoppage with the crankshaft then you haven't hit valve to piston. Don't turn the crank backwards without keeping tension on the chains (easiest to just not turn crank backwards at all).

72 Carrera RS replica, Spec 911 racer
Old 05-11-2005, 06:35 AM
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