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Need to set timing for tvs victor GL.

Pl advise relation of mark T on fly wheel with respect to O mark on the cam gear , when engine at TDC firing

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  • naren7_76 Jan 06, 2009

    Thanks dear, but couldnt find the TVS VICTOR GL MANUAL.




  • naren7_76 Jan 06, 2009

    Thanks dear, But couldnt find TVS VICTOR GL MANUAL



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Sounds like a valve timing problem to me. Put the engine at TDC (top dead center). There will be marks on the cam gear that should be aligned with the top of the head casting. This is something that could be damaging to the engine so be careful. A manual is a good investment.

Apr 02, 2014 | 2004 kawasaki KX 250

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Ive got a 2006 yz450f and cant seem to get the timing just right im out of town and dont have my service book with me and every time i kick it over it back fires .............. HELP


With setting the cams it can only be right or wrong there is not really any way to be a little out unless the cam chain itself is severely over stretched...
set (I) mark on fly wheel to be visible within the marks on the inspection hole of ignition cover (always a good idea to cross reference TDC by probing the piston through spark plug hole as I have seen many flywheels shear their woodruff keys and give incorrect TDC readings) any how, once at TDC set the cams ( lobes facing outwards with the dots on each cam aligning best you can with the head. with your finger take out the slack of the cam chain through the tensioner hole and double check all dots and (I) mark on fly wheel still all line up correctly - if so then your good to button all back up... Don't be alarmed if takes a few goes it's perfectly normal to have at least couple of attempts to get all correct.
You want your valve clearances to be 0.20 on the exhaust and 0.10 on the intake side a tiny amount bigger gap is kind of OK but never smaller or you will do damage !
Backfire although can be caused by timing out or valves clearance incorrect in my experience is nearly always due to lean on fuel, could be worth double checking your pilot jet and circuit is all clear - compressed air cleaning them is best or stick new pilot jet in to be fool proof ! and air clean the hole the pilot jet screws into..
Happy to elaborate on any points if needs be, just let me know
good luck regards Jamie

Aug 26, 2011 | 2004 Yamaha YZ 450 F

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How do I line up my marks on cam shaft and flywheel to set timing


Hi mate didn't get any info on what bike you are timing but this procedure is simular for most and is specific for WR YZ 250 426 and 450

set piston to TDC (top dead centre) this can be done by spinning the fly around until you can see the (i) mark stamped on the flywheel line up with the marks on the inspection plug hole (engine case) good idea to probe the cylinder through the spark plug hole to confirm the flywheel mark is correct (I have seen several 426) where the TDC mark does not give accurate TDC on piston so worth second guessing this process.


once TDC is set do not allow piston to move from this point on - starting with the exhaust cam with no slack on the cam chain the dot stamped on the cam sprocket should align with the face of head with the cam lobes pointing outward roughly 45 degrees towards the front wheel when this in place

you do the same with intake cam except the cam lobe will face opposite direction outward and the should be a dot aligning to the head


double check before you go further that when you put your finger in the chain tension hole and you tension the cam chain that when all slack is taken from the cam chain that your dots on both cams align with head face and that you still have piston at TDC if all checks out then this is timed set correct so torque all the cam caps back up install chain tensioner and the recheck all fly wheel marks are in correct position and piston is at TDC and the dot on each cam sprocket aligns to the head if it doesn't then re do the process

don't be surprised if this takes a few attempts as it takes the best of us usually at least two attempts to get all marks to align correctly thats why best to check and double check before you bolt it all down then you can adjust just by lifting one cam out and moving one tooth either direction


You have little room to play with and when you start putting chain on the cam sprockets you will find very little extra chain length to play with you may need to wiggle tug and pull both cams together to get them back in each time but go slow and gentle they do go in they just need to be encouraged


I happy to elaborate on any point if you need - good luck

Regards Jamie

May 28, 2011 | Yamaha XT250X Motorcycles

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Haw do you time the engine up on a wr426 2002 model


There is no real way to change timing on YZ except change the cam itself to YZ450 cam or simular etc If your wanting to find out how to re install the cams you have already and cam chain then it is simple process but sounds complicated when its written
set piston to TDC (top dead centre) this can be done by spinning the fly around until you can see the (i) mark stamped on the flywheel line up with the marks on the inspection plug hole (engine case) good idea to probe the cylinder through the spark plug hole to confirm the flywheel mark is correct (I have seen several 426) where the TDC mark does not give accurate TDC on piston so worth second guessing this process.
once TDC is set do not allow piston to move from this point on - starting with the exhaust cam with no slack on the cam chain the dot stamped on the cam sprocket should align with the face of head with the cam lobes pointing outward roughly 45 degrees towards the front wheel when this in place you do the same with intake cam except the cam lobe will face opposite direction outward and the should be a dot aligning to the head
double check before you go further that when you put your finger in the chain tension hole and you tension the cam chain that when all slack is taken from the cam chain that your dots on both cams align with head face and that you still have piston at TDC if all checks out then this is timed set correct so torque all the cam caps back up install chain tensioner and the recheck all fly wheel marks are in correct position and piston is at TDC and the dot on each cam sprocket aligns to the head if it doesn't then re do the process don't be surprised if this takes a few attempts as it takes the best of us usually at least two attempts to get all marks to align correctly thats why best to check and double check before you bolt it all down then you can adjust just by lifting one cam out and moving one tooth either direction
You have little room to play with and when you start putting chain on the cam sprockets you will find very little extra chain length to play with you may need to wiggle tug and pull both cams together to get them back in each time but go slow and gentle they do go in they just need to be encouraged
I happy to elaborate on any point if you need - good luck

May 24, 2011 | Yamaha WR 426 F Motorcycles

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Need help timing 1987 honda xr80..any help with markings for tdc and where to set cam..have no book and bike was more or less in pieces when we got it. robbed top half from slightly older 80cc. bike has...


Backfiring through the carb isn't a timing issue unless you're firing at BDC (180 degrees out).
or have bad/missing/cracked piston rings / hole in the piston.
I mean, correct me if I am wrong, but that thing IS a 2 stroke, right?

Mar 15, 2011 | 1987 Honda XR 250 R

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How do i time a 250 sx 3 wheeler


NOTES:
The cam gear has 2 holes opposite from each other, some have slash marks.
Those marks will be parellel with the head once the timing chain is on.
Both intake and exhaust valve will be closed.
If the lobes on the cam are up, then your 180 degrees out and need to flip it over

Assuming the jug is on , and motor is on TDC, install the head, hold the cam with the cam gear attached tand place it in the head with the lobes down in its place, look at the marks on the cam gear and keep them parellel with the head, put the timing chain over the cam gear carefully.
once the chain is on, check that the motor didn't move and is still on TDC, and that when you lay the cam all the way down, the cam gear marks are parellel with the head.

If the marks are parellel and motor is on TDC, now you can put your rockers back on and adjust your valve clearance. .03 intake .05 exhaust

Install you exhaust, intake , carb, etc and fire it up.

Dec 09, 2010 | Honda NS 250 R Motorcycles

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We removed the cam and did not pay attention to timing marks. the engine was rotated without cam in it. How do we set the timing?


Take the cam out and put the piston at TDC
Look at the cam with the cam gear facing you.
Turn the cam until both lobes are down(on the bottom of the cam)
Look at the cam gear, there should be 2 marks across from each other at 3 o'clock and 9 o'clock
Those marks need to be parellel to the head when you set the cam in the head, carefully place the timing chain around the cam gear, trying not to move the cam.
Once you have the chain on, push the cam down in its slots in the head and look ate the timing marks on the cam gear.
They should be parellel with the head, and straight across from each other.
Recheck that the piston hasn't moved and your still on TDC.
If all is good put the rockers/valve cover on and timing chain tensioner in. Tighten the cover to specs then adjust your valve clearances to specs and your done with the timing.

Nov 29, 2010 | kawasaki KLX 125 Motorcycles

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Hi . where is the valve timing mark on my kymco-125 hipster cam -sprocket.


the valve timing mark is on the flywheel on the Hipster's.

Remove the large flat blade screw from the top of the left hand side casing. Turn the engine either by hand (using kickstart with ignition off), turning rear wheel in gear, or by removing the "kymco" badge with three 8mm bolts and using a 19mm deep socket on the crank, until you see two marks (one says F one say T) the F one is the advance firing mark, the T mark is the timing mark. Keep turning the engine over and watch your valves, wait for the exhaust valve to close, inlet valve to open and then close again then the next time you see the T line will be TDC. This is where you set your valve timing from.

Oct 06, 2010 | 2002 Kymco Hipster 125

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2000 roadking efi we are changing over to gear driven cams we have the work done now we cannot seem to get the timing to go right we have the marks all line up but i guess we are not finding the true...


You have two "timings" to set on your Twin cam. The cams must be correctly timed to each other and then the combination must be timed to the pinion gear that drives the cams.

Now, Twin Cam engines are NOT my expertise but in all other Harley engines, the timing mark that you time the cam with has nothing to do with top dead center position of the crankshaft. There is a specific mark on the pinion gear that the cam has to be timed to or the timing will be incorrect. Knowing the way Harley does things, the same is true with the TC engine.

Good Luck
Steve

Oct 02, 2010 | Harley Davidson FLHR-FLHRI Road king...

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I'm helping a guy who rebuilt a 1983 sportster, th...


As strange as it sounds, the TDC mark on the crank has nothing to do with the cam timing on a Harley engine, neither the Sporty nor the Big Twin. Disregard the timing marks on the crank except for ignition timing.

To time the cams, start with the pinion gear. The timing marks on the gear and the end of the crankshaft must be aligned. Then install cam #1 and #3 so that their marks align with the marks on the #2 cam. The marks on the #2 cam must also align with marks on the pinion gear. So on the # 2 cam, you have three sets of marks that must align. Once you get these, align the #4 cam. The idler gear and generator gear do not have marks. On the '83 model, there is no timing marks on the oil pump either.

Now with the cams aligned, make sure you adjust your valves to zero backlash but you'll still be able to turn the pushrods with your fingers.

On the ignition timing, bring the front piston to TDC on the compression stroke. Now, bump the engine backwards until the piston is about half way down the bore. Check this using a common plastic drinking straw in the spark plug hole. Now, bump the engine in the direction of rotation until you see the first mark. This is the advance timing mark for the front cylinder. Continue to bump the engine in the direction of rotation. You may see another mark at the front cylinder retarded timing position. Then continue to bump the engine in the direction of rotation until you see the TDC mark and the piston is at TDC. Time you engine to the advanced front cylinder timing mark.

If you have anymore questions, contact me directly at wd4ity at bellsouth.net. I'll scan a picture for you.

Good Luck
Steve

May 15, 2010 | Motorcycles

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