Yes Gcalo they are the homemade marks that i suggested. Also yes the belt will go on with out moving the water pipes. If you recall i was talking about having to wrestle/work around the pipe if one was to fit protractors and adjust the timing.Chaz,
4th photo down you can see the white marks on the driven cams you mentioned to me!
Looks like the water pump connection may not have to be removed?
No, I don't. But can you explain what exactly the difference is between those two alternatives. What is "a belt en tensioner swap"Socciebon did you witness them putting the protractor on to check and adjust the timing? Or was it a straight forward belt tensioner swap.
I bet it may have just been a belt and tensioner swap alone.
Do you know mate?
To be totally truthful mate, looking at the pictures they dont look like brand new tensioners. So with that observation i dont think that they would have gone to the trouble of putting on protractors. Would some one else have a look and see if you agree with my observations?No, I don't. But can you explain what exactly the difference is between those two alternatives. What is "a belt en tensioner swap"
Yep i think it may be.....or it should be so check mate always check:I think it is. But I'll ask the manager.
Can anybody tell me if thre is an actual difference between these items?
Actually there is no difference. Only difference is the Ferrari label and Ferrari oem number (except the price difference of course). Tricky point is checking the production date carefully as it is a rubber product.
Try this page if you re in Europe.
I completely agree with Terry about this issue. No need to take such a big risk for that small amount of difference.Only difference is Ferrari have been know to warrant OEM belts, but not those without the Ferrari marking on them. Personally, only the OEM belts are going on my car. Difference in price is not that great.