Question about Honda Motorcycles
How to find timing marks
Remove your left crankcase cover and reveal the stator's rotor.Also remove the camshaft's cover on the left of the cylinder's head.On the stator's rotor there is a T mark next to a carved straight line. You rotate the flywheel until that line faces straight forward (there should be a mark on the crankcase there to align with)Then insert the camshaft to the cylinder head with it's lobes facing the crankshaft and they don't press against the rocker arms.Then fit the camshaft's sprocket on to the camshaft so that a dot mark that it has, faces towards the front wheel (again there is a mark casted on the cylinder head). At that point you should rotate the camshaft a bit not too much) so that the bolt holes of it matchs those on the sprocket.
Posted on Feb 07, 2012
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