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Apr 30, 11:12am - #168615 
another bolt Question

once you get your lift bolts changed should i be 100% right then and there or will they need to break in, i read a post on nc.org saying that but i dont know if it makes sense scince they dont serve any function besides holding the cams correct?


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Apr 30, 11:20am - #168616 
good question..i don't thik you need to break in on the bolts, but i could be wrong..eh idunno


Originally Posted by pesho01
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Whenever my car is at a full stop or even in park the RPM never sits on 0. what does this mean?
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Apr 30, 2:15pm - #168617 
i think i remember lucky_317 saying that you dont have to do any pocedure for breaking them in, but he said that you dont get full lift engaged for a while, for him it was like 3 track days until full lift came back.


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Apr 30, 5:46pm - #168618 
Good to know..where in iowa are you from scheriff???


Originally Posted by pesho01
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Whenever my car is at a full stop or even in park the RPM never sits on 0. what does this mean?
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May 1, 4:09pm - #168619 
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[b][i]Originally posted by Pink_Panther]
once you get your lift bolts changed should i be 100% right then and there or will they need to break in, i read a post on nc.org saying that but i dont know if it makes sense scince they dont serve any function besides holding the cams correct?


I was wondering about that also. It just seems kinda of odd to me that you need to break in those bolts for lift to work again, unless there is something else that is wrong with the engine after the procedure is done. I just bought the new bolts and plan on changing them myself but I dunno if I should have Toyota do it instead.

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