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    300x cam timing degree

    I hoping to find the degree angle for the inlet and exhaust value.
    The engine has been rebuilt and the timed as per the marks.
    just looking to double check to make sure the gears are spot on.


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    It is in the manual, I don't know off hand. It is in the specs at the front.

    Sean

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    Quote Originally Posted by smokeysevin View Post
    It is in the manual, I don't know off hand. It is in the specs at the front.

    Sean
    Not in the manual, called kaw uk manged to get the details required thanks for your help

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    Do you have the adjustable sprockets?

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    doubt he does

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    bit harsh nicjak but I don't have adjustable, I just what to make sure the sprockets have not slipped.
    The cams are lined up to the manual, the degree is with the spec.
    I have change the fuel pump as advise by kawi tec, new plugs, new oil and filter, intercooler clean the usual suspects.
    injector number one power hand wear damaged to the power cable so has been repaired.
    I have removed the delimiter for now, I have uprated valve springs and ape heads studs.

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    didnt think it was harsh as i dont believe there are too many out there running them and those that would be wouldnt be asking for the info here

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    fare point, I just need to make sure the sprockets had not slipped.
    I did think about fitting them but I race offshore and don't what to push the engine to much for now and you need to know what you doing.
    You running a 310 or still on the 300

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