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Correct timing chain marks. is a diagram available?

I have a 1991 tt250 .i have replaced piston and rings and new gasket kit, after finding the bike had a seized piston. i got the bike free!.i have the bike running but seems to lack torque at the bottom end. i am unable to find a workshop manual anywhere. looking to see if anyone has better idea for timing marks on the cam shafts. im quite certain i havnt got the timing spot on, can anyone advise me?

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If the timing chain is off i dont think it would run, id suggest getting you're cams checked and reseat your valves, i have the same bike and an electronic copy of a repair manual, not for the exact same bike however. i have not been able to find the correct copy.

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Hello,go to repair manual.com to get a shop manual. If timming is off, don't run the bike.

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