Question about 2007 Suzuki RMZ 450
if the timing chain is off i dont think it would run, id suggest getting you're cams checked and reseat your valves, i have the same bike and an electronic copy of a repair manual, not for the exact same bike however. i have not been able to find the correct copy.
Posted on Dec 10, 2008
Theres a good chance that motor is ruined if the belt broke.. I'll have to do some research and see if its an interference engine. if so.. Ya probably gonna need some extensive cyl head work.. I'll get back to ya
Posted on Mar 08, 2009
The ignition timing is CDI ignition, pre-set at the factory. You can't change it. The valve timing is the only timing you can do and that is done by lining up the static cam timing mark and the timing mark on the flywheel.
If you simply installed the cam chain on the gear without paying attention to the position of the crank and the position of the cam then the valves are likely not opening and closing at the correct time. Too far off and the piston can hit the valves and bend them and possibly crack the valve guides.
Check a service manual. Cam chain timing procedures will be shown in the manual.
Please rate this answer. Thanks Tasha!
Posted on Apr 02, 2009
This is an aspect ratio issue. On the remote there is a button for changing the ratio to either 16:9 or 3:4. I think it depends with ones remote control but the button has a square as its label. Try looking for it or refer to the user manual. That would be my first guess.
Posted on May 08, 2009
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