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I would like to purchase a +10 gear, how do I go about ordering one?
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Jerry Headley wrote:
I would like to purchase a +10 gear, how do I go about ordering one?
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What's the best advance for bone stock AT w/ 2" exhaust?

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anyone know if this guy is still around? No answer on my PM. Cheers


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I thought I did answer it. Sorry.
Not recomended for your application.

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I thought I did answer it. Sorry.
Not recomended for your application.


huh, I thought that would be the easiest way to to advance my timing as I can't find aftermarket spring/weights for the dizzy, let alone a vac adv. I suspect you are gonna say the valves will run too hot. Thanks for your time. Cheers, Paul


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suprf1y wrote:
I thought I did answer it. Sorry.
Not recomended for your application.


huh, I thought that would be the easiest way to to advance my timing as I can't find aftermarket spring/weights for the dizzy, let alone a vac adv. I suspect you are gonna say the valves will run too hot. Thanks for your time. Cheers, Paul

You're confusing valve timing with ignition timing.

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would +10 be ok for a '93 1.0 metro?

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 Post subject: timming gear
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I have a 92 metro with a 1.0 what degree gear is best and how much for gear and shipping to Greer South Carolina 29651 .

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+10, but there are 2 different types of sprockets from 92-95.
Is it cast(5spoke), or stamped steel?

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I have a 94 metro 1.0. Which one would be best? The car is 100% stock.

Also do you just bolt it in or do have to do other stuff to make it run properly?


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I have a 94 metro 1.0. Which one would be best? The car is 100% stock.

Also do you just bolt it in or do have to do other stuff to make it run properly?


Generally I would recomend the +10.
Read back through the thread for more info.
The 94/95 cars are the only ones I have sprockets for right now.
It is a simple bolt on with no mods required.

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 Post subject: Re: sprocket
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i have a 99 3cyl i found a stamped steel one for the earlier models like 89-94 is there any way that would work on my car? I have searched and found no definite answer


It won't work.
You need a cast-type, 5 spoke wide sprocket.
Send me the stamped steel one, and $30, and I will send you a +10 in the style you need.
Normal price would be $40 shipped.

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Shipping for you would be about $5.
Think of the other members.
I really don't make hardly anything on these things, once you look at the time involved, packaging, cleaning, prepping, modifying, shipping, etc.
I have a hard time finding the stamped steel ones, and you would be enabling another member to have one.
Thats why I offered the deal.

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I have a hard time finding the stamped steel ones

I think I have a couple extras.

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I will take any stamped steel sprockets that anybody has lying around.
I've cleaned out the 3 main wreckers that I deal with, at least a dozen times, and they are getting hard to get.
I can't pay much for them, like $5ea, +shipping, but look what I charge for them.

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I have 2 of them if you need them .I ordered a 10 degree gear from you a week ago I can send these I have when I recieve the other one I ordered. That way shipping will be less to you .

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Is there any reason to play with the cam timing on a '92 1.3L 8-valve engine with your 375/216 cam?

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hotrodray1 wrote:
I have 2 of them if you need them .I ordered a 10 degree gear from you a week ago I can send these I have when I recieve the other one I ordered. That way shipping will be less to you .


Sounds good.
Keep me posted.



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Is there any reason to play with the cam timing on a '92 1.3L 8-valve engine with your 375/216 cam?


Yes, and no.
They are already phased pretty much where they should be.
If you had a real long duration cam, them it sometimes makes sense to advanced it to pick up some of the lost bottom end, or to shift the powerband down, yet still take advantage of the broad, and increased power of the longer duration.
You could probably advance it as much as 4 degrees (that would put you at 106 intake centerline, IIRC), and benefit.
The problem is that I don't have a +4 in the stamped steel.
If its a cast-type, then I could do it.
If you have an adjustable sprocket, make sure you use a degree wheel.

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i have a 222/365 cam coming in will i have to mess with any timing before/after i add a +10 timing sprocket?

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No.
Set the (ignition) timing the same. Advance until it pings, then back it off until it just stops.

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