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There are 3 marks on 2004 rmz 250 fly wheel what one is tdc

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Hello mate, if you do not have a manual, take the spark plug out and the casing off the flywheel, Find a small stick or screwdriver and place it in the sparkplug hole but do not let go of it, then with the other hand turn the flywheel until the piston reaches the top of the bore, then turn the flywheel left and right, then check the marks, this should tell you which one is TDC.

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