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April 29th, 2016, 07:12 PM   #1
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Clipped on Camchain

I grinded off the old DID and clipped on the IWIS. 147hrs on the old chain.
Cam and Followers look good, covered it up before grinding. Wired on the new chain and wired the old chain to the bars.
Started at TDC so the tough spot would be at the end.
Took my time and clipped it on.
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Change that rollers, cheap enough and youre allready there....
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April 29th, 2016, 11:38 PM   #3
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I would always advise that people make a note of the cam sprocket position relative to the flywheel. I think I'm the only person here who does his cam timing via the flywheel. you can't just feed on a new chain without having a last-look to see that you have it right for piece of mind.

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The allen bolt running through the cam sprocket is straight up 12oclock with the leading edge of the clip on the flywheel at the edge of cover bolt hole 9oclock position.
I'm taking the CFBs a little longer. I know bushy and some others have taken them past 200hrs. Keeping the valves in spec and changing oil frequently probably helps.

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