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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Standard motorcycle oil type is SAE10W40 mineral, if you want a much better one use synthtetic oil which are more expensive but does a much better job in maintaining your bike performance. Word of caution, never ever use an oil with same SAE which are meant for cars, as they will ruin the bike transmission/clutch.
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NEVER the same pressure on both tyres !!
Usually, rear tyre is larger and/or carries more weight (you), therefore needs a much higher PSI.
On a Hornet 250, 600 or 900cc it should be 36psi FRONT and 42psi REAR. - check the manuals.
remove the right hand inspection hole from the engine cover turn the engine over with bolt in the hole and set the mark to no 1 tdc on remove the cam chain tensioner set the inlet cam with the inlet line mark flush to the head were the cam cover would sit then set the ex cam flush with the ex line and check that all three marks line up :inlet flush with the head the same with the ex cam and the crank mark lines up with engine case no 1 mark bolt down the cams in a criss cross pattern and torque to 12nm then back of the tensioner with a small flat head screwdriver you will have to hold it in the bolt it in and pull the driver out and you should hear it snap in place turn the engine over clock wise and recheck your marks to make sure you have it set wright.
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