Take it slowly and make sure you do every step as properly as possible. You’ll be working on it for a long time and in the end you have to trust every step was done the correct way. There are a couple of things I cannot remember specifically doing.., and the fear is they will come back to bite me. Those damn oil gallery plugs, I can’t remember putting them back in the crank … surely I must have, but if I didn’t, years of work is wasted. Be careful and conscious and you’ll be okay. Much better to catch things now than to fail later. You can do this, you’re not dumbWell, I guess I'm the dumbest man on the planet, I was getting the pistons and rods into my new-to-me 2JZ, and I didn't realize the rods were directional. There goes a whole day of work. I also managed to snap a piston ring somehow, so I can only get 5/6 of my pistons in.
4 oz of the Ford Friction modifier is how much I ended up using.How much of the friction modifier did you end up adding in?
That's what got me, I thought I put too much since it got quiet right away, lol.Yeah the MKIII diffs quiet down very fast.