Tools and Supplies Needed:
1. 1/2" Wrench (Part # W30216)2. Torque Wrench (Part # M200DB)3. Pro Cam Lube (Part #153 ).4. Harmonic Balancer Installation Tool (Part #4920)5. Crankshaft Timing Gear Installation Tool (Part #4789). (Used in conjunction with #4920)6. Crankshaft Socket (Part #4793 for Small Block Chevy and #4797 Big Block Chevy)7. Cam Lock Plate & Bolts (Part #4605) (Not used on 87-present models equipped with factory rollercam)8. Cam Button (Part #200 or #202 for Small Block Chevy and #205 or #207 for Big Block Chevy).Note: This is required when using mechanical roller and retro-fit hydraulic roller camshafts.However, it is not required on 1987-present models equipped with factory roller camshaftswhen using stock camshaft retainer.9. Camshaft Degree Bushings (Part #4760)10. Camshaft Degree Kit (Part #4796 including degree video)11. Thread Locking Compound (Part #' 24200)12. Cleaning Solvent (Part # 73420)
COMP Cams ® recommends the standard timing position for most applications. This position uses the round or “O” timing and keyway marks. Standard Timing Location: This is the same as original O.E.M. setting. Use keyway and crankshaft gear tooth marked “O”.