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August 19th, 2005, 03:50 PM   #1
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CAM TIMING QUESTION

How do the marks line up on the cam sprocket( 1 mark ) crankshaft sprocket ( 2 marks) on a 03' 650 I'm in the process of putting motor back and I can't remember how they were aligned. I believe cam sprocket mark is to be @ 6:00 in between the 2 marks on crankshaft spocket @ 12:00 position any help would be appeciated
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Re: CAM TIMING QUESTION

Originally Posted by husesixfity
How do the marks line up on the cam sprocket( 1 mark ) crankshaft sprocket ( 2 marks) on a 03' 650 I'm in the process of putting motor back and I can't remember how they were aligned. I believe cam sprocket mark is to be @ 6:00 in between the 2 marks on crankshaft spocket @ 12:00 position any help would be appeciated
@ TDC The single punch mark on the balance (camshaft) drive gear splits the two punch marks on the primary drive gear.

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