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    What do you see wrong

    Here are some pics of an 05 Rxp
    I've worked it out. It's pretty easy actually but for those that have played around with cam timing I ask weather that far out would make the valves kiss the pistons
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    Cam Locked
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    Parts
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    TDC
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    Nothin' better than Doo'in it! BigDaddyRXP's Avatar
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    Those 1503 marks have nothing to do with the relationship between the crank and the cam. This has been discussed a million times on here.

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    Were in relation is the bolts to the slots in the cam gear? When the cam and crank are locked I have had this before and Daddy is correct. It is hard to have the hash 1503 marks line up perfect at times. But with the Cam and crank locked in place tensioner installed and the bolts dont bind either way. You are good to go.

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    nothing wrong far as i can see, long as your cam lock tool is lined up in all those pics

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    I always hand crank engines before I fire em. Not necessary if you use the tools but it's a habit I have

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    There's nothing wrong, put it back together and go ride... (Joke)

    Is that the model with the variable valve timing?

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    that mangled plastic thing is off the later models with the TOPS valve at the rear of the head, someone fitted it to an early motor and with nothing holding it in fell out and part of it fell onto the chain gear jumping it a few teeth.
    check the difference in positions of the alignment marks with the of the cam locked pic and TDC pic

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    still not seeing it

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    Thats retarded.

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    oh ok now i see, you need to get a new one of those things in picture 3 and add it to the timing gear for the TOPS

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