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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Put piston top dead center, Both valves shall be closed. The marks should be in close sight.
Try putting cam gear Dot straight Up, Look for removable Plug on crank cover.
Posted on Jun 05, 2010
Is that the EN 450? If so I happen to have a factory service manual for that.
Go to the right hand side of the crankcase and loosen both adjuster nuts on the cable so it moves freely in the bracket.
Loosen the cables locknut at the lever and turn the adjuster bolt so there is about 5-6mm of thread showing between the locknut and the head of the adjuster bolt.
Now go back down to the crankcase and pull on the cable housing towards the front of the bike and tighten the front adjuster nut against the bracket. Then tighten the rear nut.
Now go back to the lever and adjust the cable so there is about a 2-3mm gap of freeplay between the lever and its bracket. Then tighten the locknut againts the levers bracket.
Posted on Aug 23, 2011
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