Ok so I already know I am in over my head... With that out of the way here are some questions and scenarios.
I need to replace my valve seals as quickly and on the cheap as possible. How do I do this?
THE SITUATION: I pulled the motor out of my galant a few weeks ago to attack many problems such as failed clutch, oil leaks everywhere, blown head gaskets, timing belt, two bad piston rings -blah -blah -blah.
Im wanting to know if I need a valve compression tool? Everytime I see this brought up with the task at hand its mentioned with keeping the head on the car. Since Im going to be doing the Tbelt, headgasket, and piston rings the head will be coming off the block. Will I need this said tool still?
Also was I wrong to order the stock piston rings to replace mine that are failing a compression test? I didn't (dont) know much about this subject obviously (or much it seems now) I didnt take into consideration I might need to still have to bore the block or some deal even though I just want to keep w stock pistons. Im just trying to refresh the block so I can get it back on the road asap and I bit off more than I could chew.
Last, is the Evo timing belt tool the same as one for our generation of 4g63? I need to source the cheapest ways to obtain these tools or whatever I need to get these jobs done.
Maybe this should be in the technical section or newbie but I'll start here...