Company23 AVCS Intake Cam Sprocket Tool - Subaru Models (inc. 2004+ STI)
Manufacturer Part # 501
As low as $487.64
RallySport Direct is proud to carry quality specialty tools from Company 23 to allow both the professional tech or do it yourself enthusiast to perform maintenance successfully using the right tool to get the job done right the first time.
This particular tool in the Company 23 AVCS Intake Cam Sprocket Tool. It's intended purpose is to allow you to remove the AVCS intake cam sprockets without damaging the cam or the sprocket. One of the better features of this tool is that the interface will not round out the internal pulley splines like other tool designs will do. This tool also makes for a great option for cam seal renewals, cylinder head removal, or even motor tear downs.
This tool is crafted out of 3-piece welded construction, and it has an integrated handle to take on the challenging torque to allow one person to do the job.
Comparable to the factory tool #499977500.
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Tuned200 4 months ago
This tool works well, and has a heavy duty construction. It would be great if they offered a 2 in 1 tool vs having to have 2 separate tools to hold the AVCS and non AVCS gears. Just a suggestion. I’d highly recommend the tool. I have the Company 23 Cam tool, both gear hold tools and the AVCS 5 side removal bit tool.
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Cam sprocket 2 years ago
I purchased this item and it really helped. I used it on my 08 sti, you will need a different cam sprocket for two of four cam sprockets.
A must need tool.
Ali Hassan 3 years ago
Tool Review: This tool is sturdy. Well machine and strong welds put together. A must have tool for Rebuilds. If you ever trying to take off these AVCS Intake Cams. Makes sure you have this tool. Its impossible to remove the 10mm hex bolt with out it. Broke 2, 10mm hex socket trying to take it off. NOTE: There's a cheap way to remove the cams by locking your timing belt around the crank. Dont do it! Didnt work for me whats so ever.
sstennett2 3 years ago
I was able to remove one side without this tool but it became impossible to remove the last one. Ordered the tool and tested it the day it arrived. Took less than a minute and made me extremely upset that I didn't have it from the beginning. Works like a charm!
info30355 4 years ago
nice packaged and fast delivery. The tool works just like i wanted it to! i had the engine out so i had no clearance issues with the A/C and could line up the pulleys like they're supposed to and very easy to torque down the pulley like it should!
QUESTIONS & ANSWERS
Q: replacing cam seals andyjcorley84227 11 months agoAnswer
I want to replace all 4 cam seals on my 2011 WRX sedan MT. Is this the tool (along with the Company 23 Dual AVCS Exhuast Cam Sprocket Tool- Subaru STI 2008+ model #502) the correct ones to purchase for the job. I am only concerned since neither specify that they work for a 2011 wrx.
A: This tool will work for your 2011 Subaru WRX. Please enter your vehicle into the search filter and it will auto populate all tools confirmed to work.
Tyler A. 11 months ago
Q: V9 JDM AVCS ? Station2Station 2 years agoAnswer
I just tried to use the 505 JDM AVCS tool on my V9 EJ207 heads, however it did not work. The cam gears seem to more closely resemble the USDM cams in this case. Has anyone tested and confirmed that the 501 tool works on the V9 EJ207 cams?
A: The JDM AVCS tool is only for V7 and V8 engines. Some JDM engines do have USDM style cam gears and could use the 505 tool to remove them.
Chris W. 2 years ago