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Timing problem zxr750h1

How is the zxr 750 h1 engine timed correctly, i know where tdc mark is on stator and also where they are on each of the cam shaft drive sprockets but what are the supposed to line up to 07775430806 my name is darren n i'm desperate for some help

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