You know, like looking around for the remote control so you can swill beer uninterrupted while clicking away later. Like only taking apart what HAS TO be taken apart when performing maintenance - NOT taking the carb off the manifold for a head swap, for instance. In the same vein, fellow gearheads, I pose these questions: I read somewhere (decades ago) that on a 90 degree V8 one can adjust all the valves with the crankshaft in just two positions. In one (crank position) you can do 8 valves, turn the crank 360 degrees and do the other 8. So, 1) Does this sound right? 2) Where to position the crankshaft? 3) Which valves at which crank position? I suppose I could reason it out if I had an old cam laying around. Seems like it would save time - not having to move the crank 16 times.