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(1990 Porsche 911)
in Brookline, MA on February 17, 2010
can you remove cam cover and inspect camshaft without pulling engine out
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on March 10, 2010
Yes you can, but, if you know already that something is damaged already like the camshaft, sleeves, rockers, bolts etc, doesn't really worth the time to get there (about 4 to 5 hours) it's much more practical to tear the engine down.
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