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    Holland PA

    How to set the power valves on a gp1300r when putting the cylinders on

    Im putting my gp1300r back together. Can someone please tell me how to properly conect the pv. Do I need to put my motor to top dead center first then conect the pv at a certian place. I know they self adjust but do they need to be initially adjusted a certain way? From sitting I know they have been moved around so they are not in the position I left them in when I took the cylinders off.
    Thank you

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    The only adjustment is the cable slack. There is an alignment hole in the cable drum.
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