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what are the difficult procedures in installing your own cams do you have to have special equipment or what, will i need someone to do it for me or do you just simply put them in just anything will help me i am not real shure thanks
 

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You need:

1) A huge ass socket
2) I believe a 1" open ended wrench (might be wrong though)
3) Zip ties

If you don't have any experience working with engines, I would advise against doing it yourself. It's not difficult by any means but you need to take your time and know what you're doing.
 

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http://www.geocities.com/n_dahi/ (look under JWT s3 cams)
If you can follow those directions without any trouble then go for it. If not, see if you can get someone to assist you. ;)
 

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Here use this. I used this change it. You can do this by your self but having someone who knows will make your life easier.
http://jimwolftechnology.com/wolfpdf/CAMINSTALLINSTFORSR20.PDF

oh yeah, you WILL NEED a torque wrench. you got to bolt the down the bearing with torque SPECS. Can't stress that enough. AND make sure, the bearing goes in EXCATLY SAME spot/order in which you took them out. don't mix them.

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p.s. ooops. i just read that it's for generic cams, not specifically jwt cams. sorry, but the idea is same. I used the same insturction to install the 91 intake cam.
 

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thsanks guys i appreciate it
 

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thanks guys i appreciate it allot
 
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