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Timing setting the timing on 2f motor with flap on back of motor

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Engine timing for 2f engine to put timing gear in order first remove the timing cover front crankshaft you can see two gears which is crankshaft and ather one cam-shaft. when you look front face of the gears you can see timing mark two dots.

put the first cylinder on top-dead center when the piston on that position next put the camshaft gear both marks must be in line,facing each ather.
next remove distributor cover have look rotar direction it must point first direction of first cylinder.if not remove the disrobutor and rotate your fingers to that directon contact point opening position.
start the engine ,jop done.
i thing it will help you.

sorry about my english wrating iam just leaning the language.

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