10-25-2010 07:41 AM
It is probably just a discrepancey. I would not worry about it, that it a very small amount and there is a tolerance that is associated with the timing dimension anyway. When I alway set them up I set them up even lower than that, it advances the timing and seems to give a little more power.
10-25-2010 02:23 AM
We have a 3116 ser: 98Z19363 test spec 2T-6483 Ar: 108-8301.
Recently replaced injectors, machine runs great with no problems.
But I noticed that under the engine performance tab in SIS it says that the timing dimension must be 65.10mm, but on the engine`s information film it says that the timing dimension must be 65.02mm.
I only discovered this after the machine went out of the shop. Did CAT change the timing for some reason or is there a mistake in SIS?