Join Date: Mar 2003
Bullitt Year: No Bullitt
Bullitt Color: No Bullitt
Bullitt Serialized Number: 9999
understanding that the motor has at least 80K on it from previous posts on this thread, it could be the tensioners and or chain or the guides. the guide are a plastic or have a plastic what you might call ramp on them and they do wear and that could allow enough slack in the chain to make it rattle. I would think that temperature would not necessarily make a difference but I guess it could. have you listened all around with the scope? are you sure it is not an exhaust leak or a noisy injector?
was Frankenstang Bullitt #4923
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