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The Cam shaft in the rear we left that alone because there is no way on taking it out without taking out the valve cover. The servo in the middle of the cover we took it off... unscrew the 4 bolts... then after you get off the bolts you need to twist the servo because it has a shaft with riges likea screw. Then there will be 4 more bolts on the inside adapter so take that out. Once you got all the screw out you might need to pry the valve cover open because ours was sticking and it tool us almost 1half hour to take off. But as the servos goes yeah after the 4 bolts you twist it off.
Funny thing is that we did not adjust it all we did to the servo was just turned it back in until its almost to the adapter. ow the hell idd you manage to get the valve covers off? That shock tower made it a pain in the ass.
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