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Tensioner can you ajust the timeing chain tensioner or is it self tesionering on the 2000 610TE

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They have and auto adjuster from standard but a lot of shops and race guys fit a manual adjuster (be aware that the te/sm610 does have a lot of chain and tensioner faults)

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