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Hi all, I am back Re Carb problemToday I started from scratch.as I said I would. I removed Rocker cover,Valve clearances are ok .But with the Cam Lobes pointing towards Plugs and the Dots on Cam sprockets lined with the Cyl head faces the pointer in ATU housing is at F not T as the Haynes manual suggests. How do I correct.

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  • pateli May 13, 2010

    The Bike is a 1982 CB750CB Eng No.RC01E3201556 See my previous queries re Carbs

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WHAT YEAR IS THE BIKE? WHAT IS THE PROBLEM YOU ARE HAVING, DID U CHANGE THE CAM TIMING? IS THIS A FOLLOW UP TO ANOTHER POST, IF SO USE THE ORIGINAL EXPERT THAT HELPED YOU OR WE MUST START OVER FROM SCRATCH, TO FIND THE ORIG POST CLICK ON My Profile this is top right of this screen, then in the next page scroll to the bottom of the page and on right find My Problems, from that list select the original post of the original question and use the link to contact the expert who 1st helped you and knows the situation with this bike.

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I ran into a problem like this with a yamaha once the cams had 2 different marks make sure you are going off thie right timing mark...
. that and you might be one rotation off.

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