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How to set cam timing? - 1988 Honda VFR 400 R NC24

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Just base the firring order 1-3-2-4 and always top the piston and follow the marking point of the cam shaft one b one,.....................

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P0340 - Cam Timing

SYMPTOMS/CONDITIONS
of a mistimed camshaft system (all must apply):
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We removed the cam and did not pay attention to timing marks. the engine was rotated without cam in it. How do we set the timing?


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