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Witch marks on magnitio i use to set valve timing in a 2004 rmz 250

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With the valve rocker covers off and magneto inspection plug and centre plug removed, turn motor using nut on magneto, counter-clockwise until a line appears centrally in the inspection window. This will be at Top Dead Centre (TDC).
To check this, all rockers should at rebound with all valves closed. There should be a tiny amount of play on all rockers.
If not, (being a 4 stroke) rotate motor one full turn counter-clockwise.
All engine work or strip downs must commence from the position of TDC.
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Posted on Nov 14, 2010

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