[QUOTE=elRey]I guess you're asking how the 1.8T wheel is postioned (turned) in relation to the dizzy shaft/cam key. All the pictures I have are posted in this thread. The best advise I can give is to
1) find a mk4 2.0L or 1.8T and look at it with motor set at TDC and note which way the trigger wheel turns. Determine without a shodow of a doubt which window's edge is TDC at the hall sensor.
2) mount the dizzy so you can adjust it both ways if needed. set motor AND head to TDC and note which way the dizzy turns. Then hold the 1.8T trigger wheel against the dizzy so that the previously determined TDC window edge is in the center of the dizzy hall sensor.
2) mark the 1.8T wheel and the dizzy shaft.
Done. (besides doing the work <IMG NAME="icon" SRC="http://is.rely.net/2-64-38733-l-006e1ozlIle2NBIL2h5Dw.gif" BORDER="0">)
Modified by elRey at 4:49 PM 11-6-2009[/QUOTE
interesting if thats how you do it why not pull off the 2L one from the inside of the cam and then mount it to the outside of the new cam and then use the 2L Sensor by making a bracket?
im going to be looking for a different way i dont really like the dizzy way..... im hoping to block that side off
as for the 2.5L coil packs i went to a buddy at the dealer and i think i know know what is going on..... the 2.5L ones are a little longer and a little skinnier right?..... looks like it.... what im wondering is if they will fit in between the intake runners?
also with that tensioner do you know which one to use apparently there are like 3 I saw one that required an aditional piece in order to lock in place you wouldnt have a part number or more detail on it would you?