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Need to know how to set timing on a 06 klx 110

With what mark to align the T on the front sproket and what does the cam align too

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Hi, on the flywheel cover on the left hand side of your engine, there should be removable bungs to line the t mark on the flywheel up, there should be one in the centre to put a socket on the flywheel bolt to turn it, and there should be a smaller one towards the top to view the t mark on the outer edge of the flywheel, it lines up to a pointer or slot in the small hole. with this lined up, the valves should be closed and there should be a mark on the camchain wheel bolted to the cam, that lines up either horizontally or in a vertical line with the crank centre. Hope this helps :)

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