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1993 kawasaki klx 650r after tdc what are the correct markings on the cams they both have intake and exhaust markings.

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Hey Dirk,,
The cams are "timed in" at TDC on the compression stroke... both lobes on both cams should be 180* away from the rocker arms or 180* away from the valve shim buckets...(to provide the maximum clearance).. the markings you see are probably alignment marks the align with the mating surface of the cam holder mating surface or the head cover mating surface..
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