You will need a big torx male socket for the motor mount. T-55 i think. When you assemble the cams, you can turn the crankshaft 1/4 turn from the crank timing mark for extra safety. Then drop the cam in with the sprocket arrow pointed up and 2.4 visible. The cam will sit up because one or more of the cam lobes will hold it up. Lay the bearing cap on the cam with the cam parallel to the head. There will be a gap between the cap and the head. This gap is the thickness of your shims. Wood shims, especially hardwood, work well. Put the shims [you will need 2 [or 10 depending on your method] behind the rear bolt and in front of the front bolt for each cap. Snug the bolts lightly. Remove the shims. Repeat for all the caps or if you made 10 shims, they can be done all at the same time. Leave the 'double' cap by the sprockets off for now. The cam is now parallel to the head. Mark all the bolt heads in one direction [paint dab]. Starting with the cap in the middle, turn both of its bolts down 1/2 turn. Repeat for the caps on either side. Then do the other ones. Repeat this process until the caps are seated. Torque to specs. Spin cam. Should be no binding, but the valve springs will change the force needed to turn it.