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Cams go for timing

How do the cams go in what direction do they go in for a 1995 kawasaki zx600f1

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Cams will only fit 1 wat. if you look at the sprocket on the can it should be stamped inlet or exhaust. when fitting the writing should be facing you so you can see the timming marks. if you have taken the sprocket of the camshaft then you will need to measure the cam lobe the smaller size is the inlet. hope this helps

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