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    Does anyone happen to know if a video is out that shows how to install a comp cam 6200 series belt drive. Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boat 104 View Post
    Does anyone happen to know if a video is out that shows how to install a comp cam 6200 series belt drive. Thanks
    I run one and like it. What are you having trouble with? Its a pretty straight forward install if you have the instructions that came with it. If not go to this link and you be fine.
    http://www.compcams.com/Technical/In.../Files/188.pdf
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    I"ve been running one for 5 or 6 years very happy with it....but I did have to relive a littel casting so it would mount flat..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hass828 View Post
    I run one and like it. What are you having trouble with? Its a pretty straight forward install if you have the instructions that came with it. If not go to this link and you be fine.
    http://www.compcams.com/Technical/In.../Files/188.pdf
    Thanks for the reply. I actually did not have trouble with it, I was curios if a video was out on it just see how someone else mounted it. The tensioner pulley was the difficult part and I was looking how other have done it. I checked in with comp cams and they informed me that they had a batch of short belts, if I have a short belt is yet to be determined, they are sending me a new one for which i'll send them back what I have and they will let me know. This was a mock set up so now it is time to remove the tensioner pulley, any ideas other than maybe something like a battery post puller. Steve

    As not to leave this in suspense Comp cams packaged the belt drive I purchased with a short belt, lucky for me that the tech I talked with had knowledge that this could of happened. Long story short, with the right belt the installation was extremely easy, I can see why there has been no video available. Imagine what would of happened had I left the short one on, burn up the tensioner bearing, snap the belt, destroy the valves. Steve
    Last edited by Boat 104; 07-09-2011 at 08:32 PM.

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