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    Need help timing chain replacement

    I have a 04 Raptor and the timing chain needs to be replaced. Im looking for info on how to do this. Any links welcome need pics or a diagram will help. Thanks
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    take off cam cover, remove cam, remove head, remove chain tensioner(sp?) thingy, remove stator cover, remove flywheel, take old chain out, put new chain in, buy gaskets put everything back together. you will invest like $100 to do this
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    Quote Originally Posted by Velocyraptor View Post
    take off cam cover, remove cam, remove head, remove chain tensioner(sp?) thingy, remove stator cover, remove flywheel, take old chain out, put new chain in, buy gaskets put everything back together. you will invest like $100 to do this
    100 bucks??? Ouch!
    No need to remove the head. That'll save the cost of a head gasket at least.

    Timing chain is about 15-30 bucks, stator gasket is 10 bucks or so. Add some Yamabond or anerobic gasket sealer and that should be all ya need to buy. (Unless ya don't have a flywheel puller)
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    Everything Velocyraptor said except removing the head. We just did that on my buddies 01 and he also needed a chain guide on the chain tensioner side. The chain tensioner was wearing a round indent in the back of the guide. We has changed the cam sprocket because the extra one we had was in better shape then his.

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    my bad, yea the reason why i removed the head was so i could put new valves and springs hahaha that gasket is $50! crazy
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    thanks every one that what i needed
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    and remove the timing chain tensioner first and put it in last.

    also when you put the new chain on put your finger through the tensioner hole and push on the chain to make sure the timing is correct. also the best sealant to use is permatex aviation grade gasket sealant, the stuff seals anything and if you put to much on it wont break loose and go into the oil, this stuff never hardens. it comes in a little can with a brush and you can get it at any decent automotvie parts store
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    i am going to be pulling my head off very soon to get it ported. this would probably be a good time to replace the chain then, huh? do you need to completely take the engine out to remove the side cover?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bocephus View Post
    i am going to be pulling my head off very soon to get it ported. this would probably be a good time to replace the chain then, huh? do you need to completely take the engine out to remove the side cover?

    Yep, that'd be a good time to replace the chain. No need to pull the motor. The stator cover will come right off.
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