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    Pics of Cam Gears @ TDC

    Let's see pics of the Cam Gears front and back when properly timed.


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    The stock cam gears are so sloppy, that every motor is different. I will post up what I have tomorrow so people can use them as a reference, but they are not necessarily exact.

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    Please do

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    I just looked, and I don't have any pictures of stock cam timing, but I do have some in an Excel file from R&D. PM me your email address Dave and I will send the file to you. I honestly think, based on what we have discussed, if you just take your valve cover back off, release chain tension, pick up the chain on the exhaust side and rotate the exhaust cam one tooth away from the spark plug hole and set the chain back down you will be correct.

    You may agree with me after seeing this Excel file. The pic of the tic mark on the exhaust side should be just slightly past (outward) the cam tower alignment mark. Mine was.

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    I am working on getting a copy of Excel on my desktop to extract the pictures and will post them up if I am successful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hitman View Post
    I am working on getting a copy of Excel on my desktop to extract the pictures and will post them up if I am successful.
    If you can't get a genuine copy of excel, download open office, it is free.

    http://www.openoffice.org/

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    OK, this is the INTAKE CAM




    And here is the EXHAUST CAM




    Notice anything about the exhaust side cam in relation to the cam tower tic mark? Not quite lined up is it? Mine was exactly like this. Dave, this is where I think your problem just might be.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hitman View Post
    I am working on getting a copy of Excel on my desktop to extract the pictures and will post them up if I am successful.

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    Here is what stock cam timing looks like from the front of the motor. Just imagine these gears sitting in the motor rather than out of it.


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    Somebody please tell me why anyone would need Excel to post pics???

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