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Alright, I had installed a Hayame cam gear, and noticed the lines were a little off, so I just aligned the two opposite parallel lines. Afterwards, the car didn't start. I noticed, when compared with my B1 engine, that the keyway was facing upwards on my stock B1, and with the Hayame cam bear in a B-VTEC, the keyway is facing down. Could it be the timing is 180 degrees off? I can't compare it with the stock cam gear because I lost it.
 

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turn crank 360, cam = 180 and your back at TDC #1.

PICS of what chevy motor your working on.
 

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On my B1, the keyway is point up.
 

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Snap, didn't work. I just noticed something too, before and after switching the cam around, setting the cam timing, etc., every time you hear a "pop" from combustion; it's always on the intake stroke(smoke comes out when you open the throttle after the pop).
 

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I meant the timing. But no matter what I did with the distributor or timing, it would still fire during the intake stroke. I was thinking the distributor might be off, but it goes in one way and I double checked the firing order.
 
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