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I'm new to this forum and the Boxster community! I recently bought a used 2005 Porsche 987 Boxster S with 92,000 miles. The previous owners have done the maintenance but did not address the IMS bearing issue. I have decided to preemptively replace the IMS bearing along with a new clutch kit and the process has been fairly straight forward to where I have so far removed the transmission, clutch/pressure plate/flywheel to expose the IMS cover. I purchased a Single Row Pro IMS Retrofit kit from LN Engineering and according to their instructions I have to remove all 3 timing chain adjusters (te
LN Engineering Retrofit Kit Instructions - Rev 18 Jan 14. state the following: Step 6. Lock camshaft in head with tensioner accessed from underside of the engine, closest to flywheel. Which head? Challenge is that there exists two tensioners that can (kind of) match to above description. When looking towards the flywheel, about 10 inches left from the IMS flange, under the engine, you will find a horizontally aligned tensioner. This should be the IMS chain tensioner and this one is closest to flywheel, however it is not located "in head". When looking towards the flywheel, abou