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Timing Belt Fiasco

Discussion in 'Engine Building' started by east_bay_ed, Aug 22, 2008.

  1. east_bay_ed

    east_bay_ed New Member

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    I started a project that kind of ended up over my head. Only because in the middle of this project I had a vacation planned, and upon returning I almost forgot where I was at. The project was replacing the head gasket, which led to having the head machined. One thing led to another, so of course I'm doing the timing as well. I have a 1991 Honda si hb and I'm wondering if I could install the timing belt without taking out the whole motor. I can see the I'll have to loosen a motor mount, but I want to know what is recommended?
     
  2. INJEN78

    INJEN78 HS LEGEND

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    everyone i know leaves the motor in,support the motor,take the mount off,jack it up,put the belt on,put mount back on and do timing
     
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