Originally Posted by pa38112
This is why I posed the original question. Not many owners are going to let you pull 2 cylinders, and you are risking a maintenance induced failure. If there is any way to inspect with a borescope, that would be the best.
The photo snopercod posted helps explain why this is difficult - thank you for sharing! - What about through the mag port?
Nope - the Mag port won't get you to the cam lobes either. the only real way in to teh cam is to pull jugs. That's either a no-brained or a horrifying thought, depending on your experience.
If you have enough experience to do it, then its a no brainer. If the thought is horrifying....then you probably don't have the experience, and should hire someone who does.
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