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  1. Sticky: I wouldn't personally trust anything WSM for a...

    I wouldn't personally trust anything WSM for a 4tec....
  2. Sticky: As posted earlier, putting a '11 crank in an '05...

    As posted earlier, putting a '11 crank in an '05 engine will retard the base ignition timing by about 7 degrees or so. Without the knock sensor, you might not have optimal performance, IMHO.

    For...
  3. Sticky: The cam signal simply allows the ECU to know...

    The cam signal simply allows the ECU to know which cylinder is which, not timing in general. Keep in mind that the ECU attempts to find optimum advance by pushing the advance until it sees knock. ...
  4. Sticky: Yes; 04-05 are the same, early pin and hole...

    Yes; 04-05 are the same, early pin and hole arrangement, and 2006 up are the same, late pin and hole arrangement.
  5. Sticky: No; with both early and late, the CB mark is at...

    No; with both early and late, the CB mark is at the same location relative to #3 TDC. The CB mark is only one tooth up in relation to the flywheel bolt holes, and the bolt holes have no relation to...
  6. Sticky: Cam timing is not affected at all; it will be...

    Cam timing is not affected at all; it will be right with either crank installed with any year PTO housing. This is because cam timing has no relation to the flywheel bolt hole location. It is fixed...
  7. Sticky: Just got looking at it more closely, and I...

    Just got looking at it more closely, and I noticed something; it is not exactly one tooth shift. It is slightly less than one full tooth shift. So it looks like it is about 7 degrees difference...
  8. Sticky: Here's closeup photos so you can see the...

    Here's closeup photos so you can see the difference more easily.

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  9. Sticky: I agree that CB alignment has nothing to do with...

    I agree that CB alignment has nothing to do with it; you have to stop thinking that way.

    Think of it this way;

    1. Picture that the CB alignment mark is always at 3 o'clock, or 90 degrees...
  10. Sticky: Shifting the encoder wheel two bolts is 120...

    Shifting the encoder wheel two bolts is 120 degrees like you say. But if you look carefully, when you shift the encoder wheel two holes on a 2006+ crank, ythe encoder wheel doesn't end up in the...
  11. Sticky: If you put a 2006+ crank in an earlier engine by...

    If you put a 2006+ crank in an earlier engine by pulling the pin and moving the encoder CW two flywheel bolts, the ignition timing ends up being retarded 9 degrees. Retarding 9 degrees at idle would...
  12. Sticky: Yep; note in my post above, I carefully set the...

    Yep; note in my post above, I carefully set the cranks with #3 trued up, and the marks on both are at 90 deg to TDC. But the bolt holes are not even between the two.

    To sum up, by just removing...
  13. Sticky: I learned long ago never trust the photos or...

    I learned long ago never trust the photos or drawings in the manuals!
  14. Sticky: No; take a close look at the relation of the...

    No; take a close look at the relation of the marks to the bolt holes on the crank gear. It is clearly one tooth earlier on the late crank.

    I went back to the shop and did some more checking. You...
  15. Sticky: Early (2005 and older) vs Late (2006+) Crankshafts

    With some of the talk about diffs between early and late cranks, I thought I would take a photo to show the difference in pin locations. I learned something new in the process:

    The...
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