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Hi i wnt to check the timing on the wife's 600

Hi i wnt to check the timing on my wife's 600 steed, when i took the plug out of the timing/alternator casing oil shot out, me head says the rings are gone, can anyone throw any sugestions my way please!!!!!!!! its a 94 steed

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Can be 2 things valve seals or rings 1st use a compression tester on the cylinder this goes where the spark plug is and turn the bike over and see what psi it reaches and get back to mehi i wnt to check the timing on the wife's 600 - 6e6410d.jpg

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