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Peter Can you tell me where the timing marks should be set to? (cam & crank)4G63 twin cam

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This is for the 8 valve Peter - graphic.aspx?mod=reptiff&module_id=1&session_id=%7b909888e5-fe6a-4938-9e0c-31cb776f66af%7d&image_guid=90c00275&print_bw=0& engine

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