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Could you guys illustrate to us the correct timings for the camshaft of kxf25o dirt bike? We can't seem to fire up the bike hope to hear from you we are eager to fire up the bike. Thanks

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  • loui_ng Dec 12, 2008

    thanks for this we did this already but the bike wont start what happen is instead the exhaust gives fire out the carburator gives out fire it only gives a sneezing sound out in the carburator



  • loui_ng Dec 12, 2008

    ok thanks for this sir

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Set your piston at TDC (top dead center), align the dots on the cam gears parallel with the top gasket surface of the cylinder head, then install your cam chain. Install and set your tensioner assembly. Your engine should now be in time. Turn the engine over one full cycle, re-check your cam timing, and adjust if nessesary.

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  • Kenny W Dec 12, 2008

    check your valve clearances. Your valves may need to be re-shimed. These bikes are bad for that. The intake should be about .006" and the exhaust should be about .008". If the clearances are out of spec., this will make the bike extreamly hard to start if you can get it to start at all. You can get a shim kit from "Hotcams" or take it to your nearest dealer to have it re-shimed.

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