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It is the 82, the block has been bored .020 over and decked to zero from piston face to deck, stock 4x4 camshaft
All of the 22r distributors I took apart had this bushing gone or worn out. I make one temporarily using many layers of heat shrink tube. What did you make yours out of?
Does the broken, worn, or missing "bushing" cause the ignition timing to jump all over when using a timing light to check/adjust ignition timing?Gnarls.
After running some gas through it the mileage is back to about 17, that first gas up must have been something weird that caused my gas tank to not fill up all the way or something
Wow… that’s the best “detail” I’ve read in a long time!
However, its difficult for me to understand how an average backyard mechanic is going to out "engineer" the Toyota automotive engineers, who are arguably the smartest on the planet, working for the 6th largest world-wide corporation, and get to "mess" with their engines and stuff in a multi-billion dollar shop, .....and they've been doing it for about 80 years!! Gnarls.
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