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    Thread: ~~~~IE: Camshaft Degree / Dial In Setup Blocks Available now- Degree those cams yourself!

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      12-14-2009 10:41 PM #1

      Integrated is proud to release these 1.8T 20V Cam Degree Blocks. They allow any end user, with the addition of a few simple tools, and a little patience, to degree in their camshafts. This totally eliminates all of the guesswork from the 1.8T Cam installation procedure. It also ensures that the cams are set properly to the intended centerline angles, regardless of angular position errors caused by mis-cut keyways, decked heads or blocks, different thickness headgaskets, etc. Due to all of those factors, there is no substitute for degreeing in your camshafts on YOUR block and head, during the assembly procedure. These tools allow the serious enthusiast the opportunity to do just that.

      Each set comes with two billet cam blocks which will use two of your OEM cam followers and allow a dial indicator to measure valve lift. You do need a dial indicator and stand, a degree wheel, and a piston stop. Part numbers for those parts which are tested to fit directly to the 1.8t without any modification are listed in the instructions included. Comes with detailed instructions.

      These are in stock and shipping now!

      1.8T 20V Cam Degree Blocks: $179.99 Click Here!

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      12-15-2009 05:46 PM #2
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    3. 12-15-2009 05:55 PM #3
      any pics of them installed???

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      12-15-2009 06:10 PM #4
      Here's one, stolen from the instructions.

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      12-16-2009 12:18 AM #6
      Now this is super cool. These guys are really helpful when it comes to making it easy to set up HOT ROD VW parts. to Pete and Dave.
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      12-16-2009 12:24 AM #7
      Quote, originally posted by simon-says »
      Now this is super cool. These guys are really helpful when it comes to making it easy to set up HOT ROD VW parts. to Pete and Dave.

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      12-16-2009 08:30 AM #8
      Like always, great work IE!

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      Thanks guys Just trying to work out some of the sore spots on this engine- ever since the cats came out with the adjustable gears on the end this has been sorely needed.
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      Cool, as i am getting older i actually get more excited ordering all the correct tools to work on my car rather than the performance parts themselves.

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      This is amazing, how has no one made this yet. IE is on top.

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      12-17-2009 03:09 PM #13
      ooooh!! a toy!!

      Any link to the pdf instructions? Am interested in the rest of the parts.

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      12-17-2009 03:40 PM #14
      The piston stop is a summit # SUM-900189, the degree wheel is a SUM-G1057. Both are cheap. Then you'll need a dial indicator and such. The price for a dial indicator varies a lot depending on quality.

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    15. 01-11-2010 04:40 PM #15
      Quote, originally posted by pete@integrated »
      The piston stop is a summit # SUM-900189, the degree wheel is a SUM-G1057. Both are cheap. Then you'll need a dial indicator and such. The price for a dial indicator varies a lot depending on quality.

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      why not just offer it as a whole kit???

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      01-11-2010 10:36 PM #16
      Mostly because some people will have some, or all of those parts already, forcing everybody to buy them just drives up the cost for everyone. I was actually trying to be nice, just giving out the summit PN for the stuff, rather then being all secretive and then charging a markup on those parts as well.

      If it's because you live in HI, I can get the stuff from summit for you if you need, that way everything can come USPS in one box.


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      01-11-2010 11:41 PM #17
      I am curious if you happen to know where to get the cam tensioner tool #3366 besides ebay (unless the ebay junk is good enough). If not, thanks anyway and bump for a good product from a great company!

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      Hi there, sorry- I've always just got those with new tensioners...
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      Thanks!

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      04-08-2010 11:40 AM #21
      Quote, originally posted by pete@integrated »
      Here's one, stolen from the instructions.

      Pete, do you have any more pics on this set up for us. I have mine all set up, but need some more info on these little guys.

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      04-11-2010 12:22 PM #22
      Quote, originally posted by simon-says »

      Pete, do you have any more pics on this set up for us. I have mine all set up, but need some more info on these little guys.

      yes he does have them all set up and ready to rock.


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      04-11-2010 12:51 PM #23
      Quick tip: make a steel plate that bolts on top of the fixture to afix the magnetic base.
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      04-11-2010 02:23 PM #24
      well add this to the list of things my next motor build will need.

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      04-15-2010 12:56 PM #25
      so after Bobs suggestion, Joey made the said plate and finished this job.

      and we took the cams to 112 deg instead of the 106 deg they called for on the advice of Pete and Bob and Collin (IE, QED, TT)

      after this, the head was boroscoped to verify clearance for valve to piston. all is well.

      Joey @ DJM, you DA MAN!!!!!! and thanks to Pete, Bob, Collin for their advice and input


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      04-30-2010 05:23 PM #27
      Would there be any interest in a rental program on these? Maybe too expensive for most people to park in their toolboxes permanently...
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      04-30-2010 09:44 PM #28
      Quote, originally posted by pete@integrated »
      Would there be any interest in a rental program on these? Maybe too expensive for most people to park in their toolboxes permanently...

      not for a Baller like Joey....

      but zerb (Johnny) would def be interested in that....


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      Back from the dregs of the old forum!

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      05-14-2010 01:53 AM #30
      up. and mine started right up on the first try.... it has to have been from the awesome compliment of tooling for the HIGH END USERS that Pete and Dave offer now.

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      05-14-2010 02:47 AM #31
      I'd love to have a rental program on these. I know the importance of them. And I will be swapping out cams soon.

    32. 05-14-2010 09:36 AM #32
      wow...I need to check how my workshop did my new cams...this tool seems really interesting~

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      Bump!

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      06-12-2010 03:09 AM #34
      Any news on doing a renting progam on them
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    35. 06-17-2010 06:16 PM #35
      The renting program is in the works. Give me a few days to get everything setup.
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