My first timing belt-- with plenty of pointers from Glen, took about 9 hours-- but I'm a klutz. The 2nd one took about 5 hours, but Kirk did a lot of the critical stuff and I didn't have to keep looking in the "how-to" pages.it takes about 3 hours by someone who knows what they're doing with no issues encountered along the way. Most TB's take 4+ hours.
I'm gonna say no Dyno and these GTGs are usually way too informal to have scheduled events. If you have any Qs or concerns, just walking around and talking to people will more than likely get all kinds of willing helpers. You can even get your own event going. BTW, I'll be throwing some empty jugs in the trunk for used fluids again, just in case. See y'all tomorrow!Other than people working on their cars and helping others fix their cars. Is there anything planned such as dyno or anything. Not that I don't mind meeting new people just wondering if events are planned.
What a coincidence. We brought the suspension stuff with us. FindUnless I can find a helpful soul willing to do it for some green paper. and a little assistance from me. I will bring all the tools that I've got just in case..
See you tomorrow!
Hey Will, I had planned to help you with the suspension work. If Marty has spring compressors and the other tools, I think we can knock this out for ya. Look me up and we'll see what we can do.Well this has been relegated to be a social only / pick up parts GTG for me. I have been having some back issues recently and the doc says no to any work until he figures out exactly what it is..
I do plan to have the injectors looked at, but will have to wait on the suspension overhaul.
Unless I can find a helpful soul willing to do it for some green paper. and a little assistance from me. I will bring all the tools that I've got just in case..
See you tomorrow!