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Can you adjust the timing chain of a 1986 honda shadow vt500 without taking the motor off the frame?


According to the official Honda Service Manual there is no adjustment. If the cam chain is worn/stretched, it needs to be replaced.
Here is a direct quote from the manual: "Measure the amount of the cam chain tensioner projects as shown (there is an illustration). Replace the cam chain with a new one if the projection exceeds 9.0mm (0.35 in)."
You need two chains and the part is obsolete. Here is some info from partzilla.com
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The 83 & 84 Ascot share the same engine as the vt500c. It may be easier to find the parts in the UK than in the USA.

If it is just a little noise try to live with it.

I hope this helps. Rod

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Something you can try....

http://www.bikebandit.com/1983-suzuki-gs550e-cam-chain/o/m14397sch238839

In the above illustration, item #10 is listed as "Chain Tension Adjuster".

You can try adjusting this to see if it helps.

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Have a 2001 GR Vitara with rattly engine noise. Seems to go OK. Mileage 89000km..Thought it may be Timing chain..any ideas


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