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NO COMPRESSION I PUT NEW PISTON RINGS AND TIMING CHAIN ON A 2007 YFZ 450. EVRYTHING WAS LINED UP BUT I HAVE NO COMPRESSION

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This could be a number of things, none of which will be solved without revisiting the motor again. Give some thought to the following:
Check cam and gear timing. Did you repace the cylinder and or hone it, bore it? Did you gap and offset your rings correctly? Have you checked the valve train to see if you have a valve not closing?
You see there are a number of possible causes for this...you will have to go through one at a time and eliminate them.

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Timing chains rarely fail to the point that they fall apart, generally the gears wear and the chain stretches out and the engine won't run properly before the chain itself comes apart. Finding links in the pan tells me something really bad previously happened in there.
In spinning a bearing, metal is transmitted throughout the entire oiling system and without a total rebuild, the engine will never be "right". During a severe overheat the timing chain can relax and not be tight enough to keep cam timing in phase, additionally the piston rings can relax and not be giving you sufficient compression.
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