13 Best Automotive Performance Timing Part Chains

List Updated May 2020

Bestselling Automotive Performance Timing Part Chains in 2020


ECCPP TK6046W Fits 97-13 Ford Lincoln Mercury 4.6 4.6L SOHC 16V WINDSOR Timing Chain Kit

ECCPP TK6046W Fits 97-13 Ford Lincoln Mercury 4.6 4.6L SOHC 16V WINDSOR Timing Chain Kit
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2020
  • Fits 97-13 Ford Lincoln Mercury 4.6 SOHC 16V WINDSOR (see description below)
  • Part Number TK6046W, 9-0387SG ;NAPA: 90387SG ; PCI: TS10387B C
  • Meets or exceeds OEM performance requirements
  • Precision, cast iron camshaft and crank gear sprockets ; Ideal for stock replacement and mild performance applications
  • Utilizes the latest in design and material technology, ensuring quiet and maintenance-free experience

2PCS LFOTPP 2017 Porsche Panamera II 12.3 Inch PCM Videos Car Navigation and Rear Climate Control Monitor Screen Protector, Clear Tempered Glass Screen Protector Against Scratch High Clarity

2PCS LFOTPP 2017 Porsche Panamera II 12.3 Inch PCM Videos Car Navigation and Rear Climate Control Monitor Screen Protector, Clear Tempered Glass Screen Protector Against Scratch High Clarity
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2020

GM Performance Parts, 2006 Catalog

GM Performance Parts, 2006 Catalog
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2020

Spectre Performance 42353 Complete Timing Cover Kit

Spectre Performance 42353 Complete Timing Cover Kit
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2020
  • Fits Small Black Chevrolet 265-400 Engines
  • Triple chrome plated
  • Steel construction
  • Includes pre-installed seal, gasket, (10) 12-point bolts and a 12 point socket
  • OEM fit & function

Competition Cams 2103 Magnum Double Roller Timing Set for Small Block Chrysler

Competition Cams 2103 Magnum Double Roller Timing Set for Small Block Chrysler
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2020
  • Feature induction hardened cast iron camshaft gear and billet steel crank sprocket
  • 3 Keyway crank sprocket for 4-degree incremental adjustability, 4-degree maximum advance/retard
  • Heavy duty, heat-treated true double roller timing chain; chain available separately
  • Ideal for mild street performance applications

Dorman OE Solutions 918-076 Variable Valve Timing Solenoid

Dorman OE Solutions 918-076 Variable Valve Timing Solenoid
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2020
  • Restores smooth engine performance
  • Direct replacement for a proper fit every time
  • Easily plugs into the electrical harness
  • Resistant against wear and tear
  • Original Equipment (OE) Part Number: 15830R44A01, 15830R5AA01

OTC 522902 Timing Chain Holder

OTC 522902 Timing Chain Holder
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2020
  • TIMING CHAIN HOLDER (OTC-522902)

Auto Parts Prodigy Ford TRITON 3-Valve Timing Chain Kit with Tensioner Guides Cover Gaskets Cam Phaser Engine Variable Camshaft Timing Cam Phaser VCT VVTi Actuator Timing Sprocket Bolt and Gaskets

Auto Parts Prodigy Ford TRITON 3-Valve Timing Chain Kit with Tensioner Guides Cover Gaskets Cam Phaser Engine Variable Camshaft Timing Cam Phaser VCT VVTi Actuator Timing Sprocket Bolt and Gaskets
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2020
  • Save Hundreds over Inflated Dealer Prices
  • Premium quality link belt type timing chain for exceptional durability
  • Meets or exceeds OEM performance requirements
  • Utilizes the latest in design and material technology, ensuring quiet and maintenance-free experience
  • Complete Timing Kit - Save Time By Not Having To Shop For All The Seperate Components

Dorman 916-957 Variable Valve Timing Solenoid

Dorman 916-957 Variable Valve Timing Solenoid
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2020
  • Direct replacement for a proper fit every time
  • Easily plugs into the electrical harness
  • Resistant against wear and tear
  • Original Equipment (OE) Number: 53022338AA, 53022338AB

Evergreen TKTCS6046W 97-13 Ford Lincoln Mercury 4.6 SOHC 16V WINDSOR Timing Chain Kit Timing Cover Gasket

Evergreen TKTCS6046W 97-13 Ford Lincoln Mercury 4.6 SOHC 16V WINDSOR Timing Chain Kit Timing Cover Gasket
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2020
  • Fits: 97-13 Ford Lincoln Mercury 4.6 SOHC 16V WINDSOR (see description below)
  • Meets or exceeds OEM performance requirements
  • Utilizes the latest in design and material technology, ensuring quiet and maintenance-free experience
  • Premium quality link belt type timing chain for exceptional durability
  • Ideal for stock replacement and mild performance applications

2PCS Auto Car VORTEC MAX Emblem Badge Sticker for SILVERADO SS

2PCS Auto Car VORTEC MAX Emblem Badge Sticker for SILVERADO SS
BESTSELLER NO. 11 in 2020
  • Enhance your car exterior look and conceal the scratches.
  • Perfect decoration and protection for your car.
  • Automotive adhesive base, just peel and stick.
  • 100% weather-proof. Chromed, Fade-Resistant.
  • Please clean the target place by detergent before stick it on.

MOCA Both Left and Right Engine Timing Chain Tensioner for 01-05 Ford Explorer & 01-10 Ford Ranger Mazda B4000 4.0L SOHC V6

MOCA Both Left and Right Engine Timing Chain Tensioner for 01-05 Ford Explorer & 01-10 Ford Ranger Mazda B4000 4.0L SOHC V6
BESTSELLER NO. 12 in 2020
  • Fits: 2001-2005 Ford Explorer & 2001-2010 Ford Ranger & Mazda B4000 4.0L SOHC V6 Engine Timing Chain Tensioner.
  • All the Components are produced under strictly observed and meet or exceed OEM performance requirements in Manufacturing and Material.
  • Part Numbers: YL2Z9E473AASUB, XU3Z6K254BA; FORD 4.0-14, FORD 4.0-15.
  • Direct replacement for a proper fit every time.
  • Local US friendly after-service team to resolve your issues in time, parts have worry-free 2 years warranty.

New ETCK460GSI Timing Chain Kit, Timing Cover Seals, Cam Phasers w/Mounting Bolts, RTV Gasket Maker for 2004-08 Ford 5.4L (3-Valve) Engine Expedition F-150 F-250 Super F-350 Super / Lincoln

New ETCK460GSI Timing Chain Kit, Timing Cover Seals, Cam Phasers w/Mounting Bolts, RTV Gasket Maker for 2004-08 Ford 5.4L (3-Valve) Engine Expedition F-150 F-250 Super F-350 Super / Lincoln
BESTSELLER NO. 13 in 2020
  • Brand New Aftermarket OE Replacement : Meets or exceeds OE standard quality and performance requirements.
  • Fits : 2004-08 Ford / Lincoln 5.4L (330) V8 TRITON 3-Valve (24V) Engine Only. (WON'T Fit 2-Valve Engine)
  • Package Includes : 1 Timing Chain Kit, 2 VVT Cam Phasers, 2 Cam Phaser Mounting Bolts, 1 Timing Cover Seal Kit, 1 RED RTV Gasket Maker
  • Note : Comes with Updated Style Tensioners
  • CONFIRM THIS PART FITS YOUR VEHICLE BEFORE PURCHASING (See a Fitment Note after "Select your Vehicle" Above)

10 Easy Steps to Improve Your Child's School Performance

Frustrated by your child's progress in school - or lack thereof? Here are five easy steps you can take to give them the best chance at academic success.

Gratefully, the answer is, "Yes, absolutely!" Here are 10 things you can do right now to improve your child's school performance. While some of these sound overly simple, bear in mind that these are also the 10 areas that can most often use improvement.

1. Be explicit about your expectations. Often, parents don't tell their children that just "doing OK" or getting straight Cs is unacceptable. Make it clear that, while past grades can't be changed, future grades can - and you expect better. (Don't worry about their self-esteem. When they get better grades, their self-esteem will improve.) This can be expanded to an overall discussion of your child's interests in careers and what education is required to pursue them. Talk about goals that took a lot of hard work, such as obtaining a driver's license, getting a college degree, or buying a home. Help them understand that many worthwhile things take hard work, and they often involve doing things that they don't want to do at the time.

2. Walk the talk. Many parents are already telling their kids to do well in school. "You'd better complete your homework," "Study hard," and related admonishments are already regularly said. But clear expectations need to be backed up by what you actually do. Telling a child to complete his or her homework does no good if every evening is filled with other activities. Take a good, hard look at your calendar and your child's extracurricular activities. There should be regular time set aside for homework, both after school and on weekends. As the parent, you may have to step in and say "No" to some commitments to make room for more important academic work. In our do-it-all society, kids' schedules tend to look as overbooked as ours. They need our help in figuring out what is important and making time for it.

3. Make the space. Each family does this differently. It may mean no radio, TV, or Internet until 7 p.m., Monday through Friday. It may mean a room or table is set aside so your child has a clear space where they can focus. (Note: Many kids do actually do better with some background noise, but this can mean running the dishwasher or playing pleasant classical music - it doesn't have to be their favorite rap station!) Once they are set up, make sure the work is being done by checking in periodically. Or, put them at the dining room table or some other area where you can easily see them working.

4. Check in. Periodically read through your child's completed homework assignments. As children get older and/or their grades improve, you may only spot check their work occasionally. But it is important to review what they have done - and particularly at the beginning, do this early enough so that corrections can be made or incomplete answers finalized.

5. Make sure everything is working. Be sure your kids have regular medical, dental, and eye check-ups. If your child is still struggling, look into a reputable educational assessment - one that not only tests your child's abilities, but also work with your child to address the problems. My recommendation: Power Tools For Learning, www.toolsforlearning.com. This business is national in scope, and works with and refers families across the US.

6. Don't assume age is everything. Parents often assume that older children don't need quite so much hand-holding. But the reality is that the amount of supervision and intervention should be determined by the child's grades, not his or her age. A 17-year-old with Ds may require more involvement than a 10-year-old with As.

7. Read and write. Children do, indeed, copy what they see you do. Slouching home to the TV every night sets a bad example. Read. Write emails. Exercise your mind, and share your experiences with your children. With the advent of scrapbooking, the entire family can now read and write together. Compose a family scrapbook, and ask your child to research and write part of the story. Ask your child to keep a journal on your next vacation - not for your eyes, but for themselves, to have when they are older. Visit the National Endowment for the Humanities at www.neh.gov for information on "My History is America's History," which is an excellent starting point.

8. Shop for toys wisely. Video games may provide kids with good eye-hand coordination, but other diversions sharpen other important skills, too. Encourage your kids to work crossword puzzles and other word and number games. Play board games, such as Trivial Pursuit.

9. Get physical and eat well. Physical activity will help them stay healthy and alert, so they are ready to learn. Help them make wise food choices, too, so they are feeding their brain well. A junk food diet makes the body and the mind sluggish.

10. Learn at home, too. Get kids thinking about subjects they are interested in. Ask them for more details and encourage them to find the answers. Make sure they know how to take notes, how to summarize what they have read, and how to go about finding answers to their questions. These skills will come in handy no matter what they are learning. Don't assume that school is all of the learning practice they need - reinforce it at home as much as time allows. Even busier kids, with no spare time during the school year, benefit from maintaining their reading and writing skills over the summer.

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