Re: Problem at med/high rpm
OK so the latest is this:
I took the cam cover off and spun the crank and with the EX line bang on level with the block, the opposing IN line was a couple of teeth out. The chain felt like it had less tension on than I expected too.
I'm not sure how you are supposed to move a tooth so I went for removing the tensioner then I was going to take the cam pulley off, did the first bolt then as I rotated it, it conveniently jumped 2 teeth and so I popped the tensioner back in and called it done!
Took it out for a spin and a noticeable improvement was there. That said, as soon as I got to 8k + it would bog down but it felt different, much more fuelly. It would push through and get to 11k RPM now but spluttering.
I decided the beset thing to do was take it home and refit the original fuel pump in case the new one was the issue, this made it much worse! It would really bog at 8k and not push through again
So I was 2 teeth out, my fuel pump was apparently failing and I've still got something to find.
I guess I'll try and identify the original pump that was on there and fit a new one in case that is a factor and I'm also going to check that timing again.