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How do you set the timing on a 1998yz400 i recived this motor with the cams takin out and dont know how to set them

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The cams should say ex, int on cam sprockets if not the cam with 3 lobes for intake cam with 2 lobes exhuast, piston at top then set the cams with cam lobes facing outwards almost like a VEE there is i think a dot on each cam gear which must line up with the head. then turn the motor by hand

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