Many engine shops are opting to control their projects and builds from point A to point B, leaving the customer with a ready-to-run package. In order to do this, shops have to add capabilities such as installation work, fabrication work, transmission work, and even suspension and chassis work, in some cases.
In this Melling tech tip video, technical director George Richmond reviews the proper procedure for GM LS camshaft sprocket and phaser installation.
Tips on intake manifold installation and galvanic corrosion using stainless fasteners.
Replacing camshaft bearings during an engine rebuild is a no-brainer, but don’t take the process lightly. Simply knocking out the old bearings and installing fresh ones with little regard to bearing selection, sizing or alignment is a big mistake.