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How does the chain get changed?take off and put on?

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You have to take the back wheel off first or you can use a chain separator to separate the chain. look for a different link in the chain it will be different in that it will have the holding loop go all the way arround

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How many miles have you put on the chain.
You may just need a new chain and sprocket set.
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I want ti install timing chain in 350 chevy. What TDC marks are used if i use Zoom timing chain whith 3 key way and i use 4 degrees adv. I want TDC with the 4 degrees at crank. I know i put both dots at...


The timing chain is not that fine, nor do you care about advance with the chain. A single link on the chain is more like 15 degrees, and you will have no trouble deciding which is the best fit.
TDC is always 0, and never 4 degrees advanced.
It is the ignition that is advanced, not the chain. To advance the breathing you would need to either change the cam, or get a variable chain sprocket. But again, you can not tell 4 degrees when putting a chain on. It changes that much at least when you take the slack out.

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Did you put the chain back on exactly like it was? I haven't seen a timing chain in years, anyway, if you didn't get that thing right, the car won't go 10 miles without causing major damage. Did you mark it some how to the cam marks and the crank marks? If you still have it open, check it out to be sure, line up the marks to the marks on the chain, if it has them, if not, You will have to put the engine at tdc, then roll the cams to their marks, get the chain on there, spin the engine by hand a couple dozen times, pull some spark plugs out to relive the compression. Hope this helps.

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Wind the chain through the rear sprockets, grab a hold of the rear sprocket and rotate the smaller sprocket towards the pedal, that should give you enough slack to put the chain on the front sprockets

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Changing this to chain drive will require some significant expense, you may need to even change the output shaft of the transmission along with multiple case covers. You may be better off running the drive shaft to a differential. I'd suggest looking into some of the newer ATV's that run a differential and perhaps adapt one of them to your application.
The drive shaft sort of limits your ability to adjust the gearing as compared to the chain drive. You may be smarter to find a used Yamaha XS 650 engine and swap all the parts you need out of it to your turbo engine.
On another note, I used to race an OW31 Factory Works Yamaha 750 which was essentially the same basic engine that you are installing the turbo on and I'd like to caution you on cam chains. These baby's eat cam chains if you put more than 100 hp out of them. Dropping a cam chain can be VERY costly, you most likely will destroy pistons, valves, and even bend connecting rods. So if your going to put massive power out of this great little engine make sure you change the cam chain at least before you run it with the turbo. I have seen first hand what carnage happens when you lose the chain.
Best of luck and let me know if you need further assistance.
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