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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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To ensure you don't get the timing expensively wrong I advise vehicle-specific information.

The additional marks could be marks for safe dismantling or assembly or marks for performing a valve timing check or perhaps a cam sprocket made for a variety of models.

It should be relatively easy to determine which mark to use, though you mention nothing about whether other marks are present and which cylinders are served by that camshaft.
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With the engine in this position the valves of the first cylinder in the second half of the firing order should be in the overlap position, which I think is number 4 (I don't have data to hand).

Setting No 1 and No 4 pistons and valves in this way should then indicate which of the three marks are to be used for timing, again assuming there is a static mark to align one of the sprocket marks with.

It isn't unusual for engines built by robots to require setting tools for subsequent maintenance and repair; in other words it isn't unusual for engines built by robots to have no timing marks at all...

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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.

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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

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

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