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    Camshaft timing marks

    Does anyone know if the single dot on the cam gears is intake timing mark and the double dots are exhaust timing marks. These appear to be aftermarket cams and dont have the original timing marks on camshafts (INT/EXH). Customer has no history and this ski was a rental bought from local marina.


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    Camshaft timing marks

    Both stock cams have single and double dot if there is only a single dot most likely it's the intake

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    Quote Originally Posted by FIRE0021 View Post
    Both stock cams have single and double dot if there is only a single dot most likely it's the intake
    Thanks for responding so quick. Just wanted to make sure dont want to bend any valves or damage pistons. I have done several head removals and have never seen these markings on the cams, of course all of those were customers we sold the ski to. Thanks FinAddict

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