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Engine timing, hornet 250

Hello,im looking for the engine timing marks on my honda hornet 250 .i removed the clutch gear and am replaceing it and need to to set the timing . can anyone help

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There is normally marks on the flywheel. sometimes 3 sometimes less. find the mark that makes the left piston sit at top dead centre on the compression strocke and it should be lined up correct. make sure that u are happy before u try starting otherwise it could end up very expensive.

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