[/TD][/TR][TR][TD]11-04-2003 at 00:38, TheBlade wrote:
Timing is easy to do...but you should know alot about performance and how timing affects a motor.
[/TD][/TR][TR][TD]11-04-2003 at 06:54, Mibz wrote:
Changing the timing belt yourself is a pain in the ass. I´d definitely get a shop to do it.
[/TD][/TR][TR][TD]just a few thoughts--- If I could do it all over again:
3. strut tower bars
4. exhaust / intake
6. ignition system
7. fuel system and prep work for turbo
[/TD][/TR][TR][TD]11-04-2003 at 10:57, egtdude wrote:
couple of items.
1. don´t get underdrive pullies. the main pully has the ...darnit can´t think of it.. but it acts as a dampaner. in other words reduces vibrations on the crank. if you replace it wouthout one you could be in a world of hurt later. this is for 91-96 GTs
2. the 91-96 1.8 BP engine is a non-interference engine so in MOST cases you will get no damage.
3. no idea what an engine lift would cost to rent you. didn´t know you could honestly