I bought my $4,000 2011 Chevy Camaro RS with failed timing chains. The 3.6L LLT V6 might make 300HP but it's notorious for timing chain failure. The sludge build up inside this engine probably contributed to the chain guides wearing out at only 128,000 miles. Replacing the chains is no small job but I do think it could be done in any home garage. Just take your time and use this video as a reference: am-posts.info/list/lLaonXrfm4Gyg5w/video
VERY EXPENSIVE TIMING CHAIN SET:
Timing Cover Gasket Set:
Valve Cover Gasket Set:
Accel Ignition Super Coils:
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What motorcycle do I ride? A few. Ducati 1198, Honda Goldwing, Honda Grom, Honda Ruckus
What do I do for a living? Make AM-posts videos.
Can you wheelie? No, I suck.
Are you fast? Sort of. I suck mostly though.
Where can I keep up with you off the bike?
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Do you go to school? College, for 2 classes.
Why do you ride so dangerously? What do mean? I was doing 25.
Do you go to the track? Of course, hopefully there will be videos in the future.
Do you play video games? No, but I might stream N64 Goldeneye at some point. Twitch: WatchJRGo
Are you afraid the police will watch your videos and arrest you? Something something evidence something something warrants and due process of law
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