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I have just changed the head gasket of my MZ RT 125 -01(?) and I can't fin the valve timing degrees anywhere! Can someone please help me with asap? Alex

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  • svidd_kake89 Sep 05, 2010

    It's a doch-engine, and the reason i dont want to set it in "ca" the correct setting is because I bent the valves last time i did it.

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Being honest, I have never even heard of your bike. But they are all pretty much alike in valve timing. I am making the following assumptions; there is a single overhead cam and the bike has just one piston.

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  • tombones Sep 05, 2010

    Re-post your problem. I have a different diagram you may want to see. The comment box has no provision to attach or paste in an image.

  • tombones Sep 06, 2010

    Alex, the piston has to be at the top of its' stroke when setting the cam and chain. The cam lobes should be pointing kind of downward and the marks on the cam gears should line up with the surface of the head or ( if a single mark ) with the centerline of the crankshaft. If the valves got bent on your last try it was because the piston or the cams were not in the correct position.

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