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Engine was brought to me in a box have everthing to gether but not sure i have the timing right

Need to know how to set timing marks

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Set the crankshaft's T mark right across the mark on the crankcases and place the cam shafts with their marks looking outwards (I think). Inlet camshaft's IN mark should look towards the rear of the bike and exhaust camshaft's EX mark should look towards the front wheel.After placing the chain (not the tensioner) push it from the tensioner's hole with a screw driver to check if the marks are in line with the cylinder's head surface.Bolt down the camshafts to the specific torque.Then put the chain tensioner.

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